The 12:30 train makes its way back towards Strasburg depot as it rolls west through the Pennsylvania countryside
With N&W 611 doing the honors and putting on a show, the 2:00 train makes its way past the Red Caboose Motel as it enters Strasburg yard limits.
After a brief stop at Groffs, 89 pulls west towards the station at Strasburg as two railfans look on. There were a lot of people present on this day because it was the last day of operation of 202... (more)
I was finally able to mark seeing the 611 move under its own power off my bucket list! Here, they begin to pull from Groffs after picking up and letting off passengers at the picnic area. This was... (more)
For Labor Day, The Hardest Working Guy On The Railroad? This Thomas The Tank Engine is not a toy, but an actual steam engine. Built as Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal #15 (0-6-0T, H. K. ... (more)
Canadian National 2-6-0 No. 89, former Grand Trunk Railway No. 1009, nee CN No. 911, is captured here in her last few years, working a lonely prairie branch. Perhaps she'll be spared from the scr... (more)
An early morning freight led by 2-6-0 No. 89 plies through the Amish farmlands of Lancaster en route to Strasburg, PA.
In a scene "Out of the Past", Great Western No. 90 awakes from "The Big Sleep" at the Strasburg Rail Road. Some photographers approach night photography with a "Shadow of a D... (more)
N&W No. 475 leads an excursion through the bucolic Amish countryside in Lancaster County, Pa, in the midst of a heavy downpour. Alas - this is the Strasburg Rail Road; ... (more)
Nothing like a cool refreshing 611 Big Gulp™ after a 9 mile round trip excursion to Paradise and back!
It's about time!
N&W No. 611 leads the 5 PM excursion past the railroad's new clock tower and on towards the station. Lancaster jeweler Brent L. Miller Railroad: Norfolk & WesternLocomotive: Steam 4-8-4Location: Ronks, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: NW 611Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: July 10, 2021
NW 475 gets started again from a quick stop at Groff's on the Strasburg RR.
475 brings the final run of the evening back into Strasburg.
Shrouded in Mystery
If it were not for the bullet nose, red stripe, and of course, the numerals on this famous locomotive - which otherwise give her away! N&W No. 611 in a pan sho... (more)