Starting the workday.
On the move to start the day's excursions.
No. 26 is a lot smaller than a Big Boy but that doesn't mean the little filly cannot put on a show. When the temp is in the teens Fahrenheit, this is what happens.
Chugga smokes it up for the Railfest patrons.
Steamtown's Baldwin 0-6-0 has finished participating in the Railfest opening ceremony and is about to pull of the turntable and begin its duties on the yard shuttle train.
The blue hour has almost faded into night as weathered Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200 sits on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
A weathered Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
Baldwin Locomotive Works 26 is pushing the Steamtown Express toward Bridge 60 Tower, as it passes Lehigh Valley C420 414.
Green and silver Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-6-0 No. 26 was built in March 1929 and was one of three similar switchers that worked at Baldwin, clasping couplers with magnificent machines like New H... (more)
Adjustments prior to hooking up to the passenger cars for today's excursions.
Just off the turntable is this Baldwin 0-6-0, off to hook up to CNJ passenger cars.
Just off the turntable is this Baldwin 0-6-0; heading off to pull the short excursion runs this Saturday.
BLW 26 spins on the turntable and heads for the roundhouse after a day's work.
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher ducks under the former Delaware, Lackawanna & Western signal bridge after passing the 1908 built DL&W depot which is now owned and operated by the Rad... (more)
Steamtown's 1929 0-6-0 Baldwin built switcher captured midway on the first of four scheduled "shuttle" excursions to the former DL&W station and a bit beyond. Note the ongoing track ren... (more)