With the noon train well in hand, Fillmore & Western No. 14 prepares to ascend the step grade back into town after another successful trip down to the 126 grade crossing and return.
Fillmore & Western No. 14, a 1913 product of Baldwin built for service on the Duluth & Northeastern, shoves its passenger train across the original, ex-Southern Pacific 1902-built bridge just west... (more)
Making its way back east to Fillmore, the railroad's 104-year-old steam locomotive prepares to tackle the grade on its way into town as it crosses a dry riverbed that leads to the Santa Clarita Ri... (more)
On a gorgeous fall day, Middletown & Hummelstown's ex-CN 'Mogul' #91 crosses the Swatara Creek Bridge with the 12PM train.
Merry Christmas from Maine!. A WW&F Brakeman mans the platform of Caboose 320 as his train makes a station stop during the museum's annual Victorian Christmas Event. Held on the Saturday b... (more)
After an hour and a half stop at Curriers, ARA 18 runs around the train to head back toward Arcade.
Ice and snow still clings to the ties and the grass as NHIR 40 puts on a show charging up the grade at Hood.
With US, Michigan and Tennessee flags flying, bell swinging and whistle blowing, the smallest standard gauge Pacific ever built, Little River 4-6-2 110, makes quite a sight as she begins her trip ... (more)
The first train of the 2009 rolls past the oldest cemetery in Lancaster County, a scene that will be repeated hundreds of times until the end of the season in December.
A full trainload of passengers enjoy the ride through the cold and bare Pennsylvania farmland on the first day of operation for Strasburg in 2009.
Happy Thanksgiving! CN 89 leads the noon passenger train back to East Strasburg station past the Esbenshade Turkey Farm. Sitting on 60 acres of land adjacent to the Strasburg Railroad, the ... (more)
ARA 18 leads the noon excursion train across one of the many farm dirt road crossings on the line. Just as the train was getting close to entering the frame, the farmer aboard his tractor did ente... (more)
She's not glamorous, she's not new, but she is back under steam pulling excursions in upstate New York for the first time in 7 years. Here is a pan shot at 1/25 at a whopping 10mph(if that)... (more)
ARA 18 may be the star of the day after 7 years in the shops, but she is still a small part of the western New York landscape.
ARA 18 pulls her first excursion train since being restored to operation across the Cattaraugus Creek just a few hundred yards north of the Arcade station.