The Strasburg's GE 44-tonner at Groff's, heading up a Lancaster Chapter NRHS picnic special in the mid-1980s. No. 33 was built by GE as the PRR 9331 in July of 1948. Note the lighter-weight iron... (more)
SRC 33 pulling PRR 4935 cross PA Rt. 741. PRR 4935 is just about to its new home at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. PRR 4935 will be joining GG1s PRR 4800 "Old Rivets", visible at t... (more)
Amtrak GP7U "pumpkins" 777 & 780 have made their delivery of PRR 4935 to the Strasburg Rail Road interchange at Leaman Place. From here SRC 33 will move PRR 4935 to its new home at the R... (more)
”Hang On Big Guy, I’ll Get You to the Retirement Home”
After over two years of retirement in Amtrak’s care, GG1 4935, which was the original “heritage unit”, made its move to its p... (more)
Strasburg's ex-PRR 44-tonner runs around its train with the late J. H. Leath at the throttle and the late N. W. Bowers braking, on a Lancaster Chapter NRHS Picnic Special headed to Groff's Grove. ... (more)
As seen from a Strasburg Railroad steam-powered passenger train stopped at Groff's Grove, SRC No. 33 center cab locomotive and Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's Western Maryland Railway President'... (more)
Six months before receiving a brand new coat of PRR paint and being renumbered to #9331, SRC 33 sits outside the shops in the morning sun. Go to: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=15879... (more)
SRC 33 sits outside the shop under early morning clouds.
Strasburg's former Pennsylvania 44-tonner (ex- PRR 9331) in the yard at Strasburg.
The Strasburg RR shop switcher sits outside the enginehouse awaiting the next assignment.