The "triple-8" Metroliner parlor car (PRR Class MPP85E5) leads a 3-car set under the 1923-built US Route 30 Bridge at Paradise. Note the old Pennsy 152-lb jointed rail on the Strasburg's siding a... (more)
The PRR 1223 (Juniata, 1905,) running around its train at Paradise, about a year before it was retired from active service. The locomotive had been on loan to the Strasburg from the PRR, PC, and ... (more)
PRR E7s Atlantic No. 7002 is beginning its journey to the commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address in November of 1988. The Strasburg Rail Road and the Pennsylvania Histor... (more)
PRR D16sb No. 1223 and E7s 7002 are doubleheading on the Strasburg Rail Road, picking up passengers from a Washington DC Chapter NRHS Special.
Strasburg 475 (ex-N&W 4-8-0 Mastadon) by the Turnpike on the Strasburg Railroad during a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Strasburg Railroad 475 (dressed as N&W 382) and Norfolk and Western 611 at Leaman Place in Paradise, PA. Taken during a Lerro Productions photo charter.
GG-1 4935 is trailing ex-UP (No. 777) and ex-CE&I (No. 780) Geeps, as the crew gets ready to make the drop-off. The 4935, built by Altoona/GE in April, 1943, is headed to Strasburg for cosmetic r... (more)
1985 Keystone Service, with a Westinghouse Metrocoach leading a 3-car set under the old Route 30 bridge at Paradise. Not setting any speed records here, clattering along on the old PRR 152-lb joi... (more)
The NW 611, in its first day of revenue service on the Strasburg Rail Road.
Odd couple of an F40PHR-GP40TC with the "Broadway" at Paradise. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X Pan negative, ASA 125.
N&W 611 running around its train on the Strasburg Rail Road
The 611 under the wires, on what was once the PRR's No. 1 Track at Leaman Place.
N&W Class J No. 611 is sitting on the old PRR No. 1 Track, waiting for clearance to head west to Strasburg.
The mixed train has placed its two loaded cars, coach, and caboose on the siding. It will soon return to the string of empty cars to shove them back on to the interchange track.
Old No. 31, which made its first run on the Strasburg on September 1, 1960, is seen here 30 years later, ready to shove a heavy Santa Claus Special up the grade.