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.
Engineman Mark Young is along for the ride as N&W M Class #475 coasts out of Leaman Place Junction while N&W J Class #611 simmers away on the siding awaiting clear boards west back to Strasburg, P... (more)
"The Crew": If it were not for the help of these individuals and the many more not pictured here no one would've ever thought for a second that two, live, steaming N&W locomotives would ... (more)
"Two of a Kind": N&W #611 poses next to her little sister N&W #475 at Leaman Place Junction. Even though the 1950 Roanoke product dwarfs the 1906 Baldwin product, I think in a lot of way... (more)
Two N&W locomotives under ex-PRR catenary wires....who would've thought!?
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.
Bruce did not specify why this Bomber set was so far west. A Bruce van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
A Bruce Van Sant original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
Red engine in Paradise. Strasburg Rail Road may have been done for the day, but there was at least one more unusual train to see at Lehman Place. Amtrak Train 670 clears the junction at a notably ... (more)