The 1:00 excursion has returned to Strasburg, and CN 89 is about to run around her train as she passes the former Pennsy "J Tower.
The Virginia Creeper arrives at a rural Virginia station on the Abingdon Branch. This scene courtesy of Lerro Productions and the Strasburg Railroad. N&W 382 is Strasburg's 475 dressed up as one o... (more)
Where's the platform? A snowfall in mid-March provided a unique experience for visitors to the Strasburg Railroad that weekend. The red cobblestone platform was covered by a layer of snow a... (more)
CN 7312 returns back to the enginehouse after another successful day of trips to Leahman Place.
Thomas the Tank Engine passes Strasburg's tree-bedecked water tower.
Strasburg's No. 90 has one of the most beautiful faces of any steam locomotive I have ever seen.
Steam at night at Strasburg, PA with Great Western #90 painted in her original livery. bw
SRC 31, Strasburg's longest operating steamer, pulls forward from beside the enginehouse and over the spring switch and the south end of the station siding.
A crewman prepares #31 for the next run east.
LO&S 10 sits quietly in the Strasburg yard on a windy and cold March day. The railcar, originally built as a regular coach, is used during the offseason when passenger loads are light.
475 pulls into the station at Strasburg after another trip
"J" Tower proudly wears her PRR keystone as she overlooks the Strasburg RR trackage.
The 475 drifts past the station after a hard days work.
The 475 pulls out of Strasburg on the last trip of the day.
A crew member uses hand signals to the engineer as the 475 couples to the rear of the excursion train.