Recently restored locomotive 8408 sits in Marshallton Yard along with ex Erie Lackawanna caboose 149. 8408 is repainted in the Baltimore and Ohio she use to dawn many decades ago. 8408 was origina... (more)
Engineer John La Costa warms up the air pump on a hot, sultry July day.
Engineer John La Costa prepares the American type steam locomotive for a Wild Wild West day on the Wilmington and Western.
Fireman Jeff Dolhanczyk feeds the beast.
Night in the Yard- The Marshallton Yardmaster chats with a delivery driver who has just made a delivery to the combine with his 1925 Chevy as #98 anxiously awaits the departure signal. Lighting b... (more)
Simmering in the yard, the pride and joy of the Wilmington & Western waits to depart with a crack express, while her crew chats with the conductors. Lighting by Barry, Barry, and Burkhart, Photog... (more)
While the fresh crew of #98 takes a breather before their run, a female hostling crew makes a couple of last minute preparations before departure. Lighting by Barry, Barry, and Burkhart, Photogra... (more)
Night in the yard, part two- the trainmaster watches as the crew of SW1 #114 shuffles a borrowed B&O caboose. Lighting by Barry, Barry, and Burkhart, Photographers at Large.
Night in the yard- the yardmaster chats with a driver who's just made a delivery to the combine while the engine crew chats with the conductors before departure. Lighting by Barry, Barry, and Bur... (more)
Literally one day after her last day of operation, 58 is seen here with her smokebox cover removed to prepare for a mandatory 15 year FRA overhaul. The cover is seen at right with the headlight si... (more)
Locomotive 98 performs sprints in the yard to get the locomotive ready for its evening run.
Locomotives 98 and 58 burst to life in Marshallton Yard to help get some drafts through the fires.
Like Father Like Son! Chief Mechanical Officer Steve Jensen and his son Steven Jensen Jr. Prepare locomotive 58 to run during the annual W&W Pufferbelly day.
\W&W 915 switches out Marshallton Yard on a chilly day after some April showers.
Brakeman Jensen throws a switch to align locomotive 915 for onto the main. 915 will then be positioned to pick up the line of cars in the distance. Photo taken with permission.