“The World’s Fastest Locomotive…”…so claimed the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1949.From 1983-1989 Strasburg Rail Road rostered No. 7002, leased from the Pennsylvania Histo... (more)
Crossing the "turnpike." The Strasburg Rail Road's free-steaming N&W "Mollie" #475 lifts the pops as she takes the 11 AM passenger train across the little dirt farm road... (more)
Strasburg 8618 is seen pulling the second train of the day back towards East Strasburg after N&W 475 struck an excavator while running around at Leaman Place Jct. on the previous trip.
After a mishap with an excavator earlier in the day, Strasburg SW8 no. 8618 limps the damaged N&W Class M no. 475 back to East Strasburg
Strasburg 8618 tows a damaged 475 past the Red Caboose Motel.
During a photo charter, Strasburg 90 passes 475 in the hole at Cherry Hill/Groffs. 475 and N&W 611 were parading around the line as part of a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Strasburg 90 powers a passenger train by Carpenters Cemetery in Paradise, PA.
Strasburg Railroad 89 Pulls a train through the farmland of rural Pennsylvania
Strasburg Railroad leads a small train just outside of Paradise, PA. Crew member Matt is seen here riding along the rear of the train.
Strasburg's SW8 works the transload after picking a long freight into town.
With a short freight train in tow, and the sun cresting the horizon, N&W 611 charges past the Verdant View Farm.
Strasburg Rail Road 2-10-0 90 simmers outside the engine house before being put to bed. In the other stall is Pennsylvania 4-4-0 1223.
It seems that there was a full house of riders as Strasburg Rail Road’s 44-tonner 33 delivered PRR GG1 4935 to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
On a cloudless February day, Strasburg Rail Road’s 44-tonner 33 delivers the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania’s latest acquisition. Amtrak’s PRR-painted GG1 4935 has just arrived from Wilming... (more)