SUNSET AT STRASBURG
Converted to diesel in 2009, the 1915 LO&S Motor Car #10 sits in the yard as the Sun greets the night at dusk and illuminates the clouds overhead.
Lancaster, Oxford & Southern Gas Motor Coach #10 Built by Sanders Machine Shop in 1915, this motor car was purchased from Grasse River RR in 1962. It operated on Wolfeboro RR in ‘70s and... (more)
In the early hours of Friday, the LOS Motor Car is getting its windows washed on the inside. Even though in dawn's early light, the railroad is already in action for the day's activities.
Giving rides during the Santa Train Weekends at Strasburg
Lancaster, Oxford & Southern railcar No. 10 poses next to a steam tractor pending departure of the first of a series of short rides.
Strasburg's motor car No. 10 scampers along at Esbenshade Road, heading back to Strasburg with a late afternoon run. Assembled from a wooden passenger coach in 1915, it operated for two years as ... (more)
Strasburg's ex-Lancaster, Oxford & Southern motor coach crosses over the "Punkinville Turnpike" at Paradise, PA.
The car was converted to its present configuration in 1915 from a passenger... (more)
A Lancaster, Oxford & Southern motor coach roams the agricultural farmlands of southern Pennsylvania - somewhere between Lancaster and Oxford - I'm gonna say Strasburg. This would be far removed ... (more)
Strasburg's Gas Motor Coach makes an unexpected, yet most welcome appearance, at the depot on a beautiful sunny day in March.
LO&S motor car No. 10 - converted from a narrow gauge combine - as restored by the Strasburg Rail Road.
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.