Strasburg Rail Road 2-10-0 No. 90 passes over the only bridge on the Strasburg with the final Christmas Train of the 2018 season. Four Lumedyne strobe lights were used to light this scene.
Strasburg #90 and #89 have retired for the night. #90 had been dormant for several hours as #89 pulled in low on pressure around 11:30PM. #89 had been used for a Lerro Photography charity charte... (more)
"Rods Down and Throttle Open." Strasburg Railroad 2-10-0, one of only two operational decapods in the US, heads back to Strasburg station with its final running of the day.
Strasburg #89, whic... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road 2-10-0 No. 90 passes over the only bridge on the railroad with a Night Before Christmas Train. This backlit scene is a new perspective on a frequently photographed location.
The steam metric gauge of "Companhia Paulista Railroad" #90 during its final assembly in April 1913, outside ALCO´s Co. yard
Left diesel loc with working train, right local train from Andermatt toward Brig in the station Oberwald
Rayonier 90 heads a log train southbound from a loading point near Quinault to the dump at Hoquiam. The specific location of this picture is lost in my fading memory, but this is probably near Nei... (more)
On a rainy summer day in 2013, the Strasburg #90 reverses through the yard to receive freight cars from the Norfolk Southern at the interchange in Paradise. As their SW-8 Switcher Ex-NYC #8618 sit... (more)
A crown jewel amongst the diverse collection of equipment at the Indiana Transportation Museum, Florida East Coast car #90 was built in 1898 by Jackson & Sharpe in Wilmington, Delaware, and was He... (more)
90 takes her train back to Strasburg, as she passes a freshly tilled field.
There is nothing like the sight of a steam engine chugging through Lancaster county country side, only at the Strasburg Railroad folks!
SRC 90 just chugging along the "Road to Paradise"
Strasburg Railroad 90 leads a train of happy tourists back to Strasburg on a cold winter Presidents day in 2013.
90 eases her 9 car long train up the grade out of Cherry Hill.
Looking particularly girtty, the driver of Strasburg #90, the last working decapod, waits for 5:00pm to come around to begin his second to last hauld of the day.