After finishing its final run of the day, the 611 pulls up to "J" Tower after uncoupling from its consist and also note the PRR signal next to the tower which was a nice touch to the sce... (more)
As part of the "Norfolk & Western Reunion of Steam" event, a photo charter was planned using Strasburg Rail Road owned Norfolk & Western 475 and visiting locomotive Norfolk & Western 611... (more)
"Bathed in Smoke"
Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 475 gets bathed in smoke by NW 4-8-4 611 in smokey reunion at Leman Place. Space-time is all mixed up here with Norfolk and Western steam eng... (more)
Strasburg Decapod 90 passes by a staged tractor for a Lerro photo charter. Driving rain hampered things just a bit, but the event with 611 was still great.
“End of the Line.”
It’s 1959 and the J class has been demoted from fast passenger trains to local pickups along the Norfolk and Western. In service for less than a decade, NW 611 spends her tw... (more)
As part of the "Norfolk & Western Reunion of Steam" event, a photo charter was planned using Strasburg Railroad owned Norfolk & Western 475 and visiting locomotive Norfolk & Western 611. The 611 w... (more)
I couldn’t manage the time to spend a day with N&W 611 while it’s a Strasburg, but a family commitment in Harrisburg allowed me time on Saturday morning for a half-hour gun and run attempt at a re... (more)
NW 4-8-4 611 charges towards Carpenter's Graveyard in the setting sunlight.
As part of the "Norfolk & Western Reunion of Steam" event, a photo charter was planned using Strasburg Rail Road owned Norfolk & Western 475 and visiting locomotive Norfolk & Western 611. The 611 ... (more)
This is a photo that speaks of speed. The designers under the watchful eye of Clarence E. Pond, Norfolk & Western Railway
General Manager, Motive Power and Equipment, designed one of the finest p... (more)
N&W No. 611 is seen in Strasburg bathed in glorious sunset color. Fortunately for us, because of the people we see here, No. 611 is not in sunset itself. Saved from anniliat... (more)
The mysterious greatness that is steam is embodied by this sole survivor of 14 siblings.
69 years old, we are blessed it is here to tell us of another time on this earth.
As day draws nigh, the firemen draws water to slake the thrist of the steam machine.
Railroading knows not the light or dark of the day, only the time.
Norfolk Western 4-8-4 611 chuffs upgrade through the farmlands outside Paradise, PA