Strasburg Railroad #90, painted in its original Great Western colors for a Lerro Productions charter the next day, leads a President's Day passenger train back into the station past the next day's... (more)
90 posing as she is taking on water in Great Western paint at Strasburg
Strasburg Railroad #90, painted in its original Great Western colors for a Lerro Productions charter the next day, leads a President's Day passenger train back into the station.
A 1/30 Pan of SRC 90 wearing her Great Western Colors.
Strasburg Railroad #90 is showing off her new paint on the first weekend of operations.
For the first time since it was delivered to Strasburg, ex-GW 2-10-0 #90 blasts through the Lancaster County countryside in its original Great Western paint scheme thanks to Pete Lerro.
A steam freight gets priority over a gas powered motor coach. The motor car is SRC 10, Lancaster, Oxford, & Southern and the steam engine is 2-10-0 #90 running past the "station" at Blacksburg, a... (more)
Steam under catenary? Must be the Strasburg Rail Road! Great Western #90, Strasburg's largest steamer is on duty today picking up some freight left by Norfolk Southern at Leaman Place Junction a... (more)
Top of the morning to you from way up high in the silo. Great Western #90 makes an early morning caboose hop en route to pickup a load of cars left at Leaman Place the day before.
A new day dawns at the Strasburg Rail Road as Great Western #90, a large 2-10-0, renews her career hauling revenue freight though the Amish rurals of Pennsylvania!
Great Western #90 simmers under a crescent Moon at the Strasburg Rail Road yard prior to a 6 AM departure to Leaman Place Junction to pick up freight left by Norfolk Southern.
A Big Engine For A Little Road. The Strasburg's largest engine, 2-10-0 #90, arrives home after another nine-mile round trip to Leaman Place.
The day is almost over as #90 leads the last train back towards Strasburg passing the farms around "Carpenters."
In July 2012, the Strasburg Railroad has been running early morning steam powered freight trains. To the best of my knowledge it is one of the only places in the United States where you can see a ... (more)