Strasburg 90 pulls the last train of the night, the wine train, out of the Strasburg Station. with the Pennsylvania sunset in the background.
Strasburg Rail Road's ex-Great Western decapod #90 pulls the last hourly train up the grade from Cherry Hill in the golden light of a late November afternoon.
Strasburg 90 is seen rolling back towards the museum on a beautiful November evening.
Notable 90 is pounding upgrade by Carpenters, on its way back to Strasburg. The 1924 Baldwin has 8 cars behind its tender.
The art of hostling is becoming a lost trade nowadays. Here, SRC employee, Jeff Frost washes down the ash pan in the fine tradition of yesteryear.
#90 sounds her Reading 6 chime whistle for the crossing just outside the shops. Speaking of the Reading, Camelback #1187 can be seen on the left.
Earl Knoob feeds the belly of the beast, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90.
The final excursion of the day glides past the Red Caboose Motel.
SRC #90 lumbers ahead in the sunset sun on a gorgeous summer evening.
In the sunset lighting, SRC #90 climbs and peaks Cherry Hill at Esbenshade Crossing.
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.