SRC #90 rolls into bed after a long hot day on the Road to Paradise.
Engineer of N&W 475 Fred Mattison patiently waits for the highball signal before proceeding west towards the grade of Cherry Hill.
Number 90 brings the last train of the day into Cherry Hill to pick up some passengers left at Groffs Grove
SRC #90 storms the grade on Byler's Crossing in late March 2016.
At Cherry Hill, number 90 leads the one o'clock train back to East Strasburg Station on a frigid February afternoon.
"SHROUDED IN STEAM"
Opening Day on the railroad is coming to a close as the final excursion of the Long John Limited arrives at the station and shrouds the platform and stati... (more)
90 coasts through Cherry Hill.
After the last passenger train of the day, 90 got called on to take one empty car to the interchange for NS.
Its 1924 and the Great Western's newest locomotive, #90 plows some snow through a small cut. Well, it may not be 1924 or the Great Western. It is 2016 and Strasburgs first day of operation for the... (more)
The builder's plate of ex GN #90 and smokebox shine in the afternoon light as it begins a new life on the Strasburg Railroad. It was purchased by the SRR in 1967 and j... (more)
"POCKETFUL OF SUNSHINE"
SRR 90 leads the first run of the Long John Limited on the railroads Opening Day. The temperature hovered in the single digits and the wind chills at ... (more)
Passing Parts of Stable Mates
SRC #90 slowly heads towards the engine house after completing the day's run, passing the smoke box front of here sister SRC #89 which just went out... (more)
Steaming In A Deep Freeze
Fresh from a complete running gear rebuild Strasburg's Ex Great Wester 2-10-0 #90 charges up grade through groundhogs cut during the coldest weekend of ... (more)
The re-erection of J-Tower (a.k.a. LEMO Tower) a month before the 1985 50th Anniversary Convention of the National Railway Historical Society. The Lancaster Chapter NRHS acquired the tower from C... (more)
Pan view of No. 90, illustrating the see-through effect on a typical Decapod, with its firebox and boiler located well above the frame. Today, this location is occupied by the "Cherry Crest ... (more)