NRHS Excursion for directors meeting stopped at station for picnic lunch. Trip was from Lewisburg , PA. to Winfield PA.
and north to Allenwood , PA. Trip was sponsored by the
NRHS and the Centr... (more)
Tied down at Delta Place Station , waiting for excursion trip the next day. The excursion was for the National Railroad Historical Society. This is the first time The Central Pa. Chapter of the Ra... (more)
Wabash 1189, the last F7A ever built, pulls one of the Monticello Railway Museum's last regularly scheduled excursion trains of 2011 into downtown Monticello, with RP.net contributor Michael Polk ... (more)
Wabash 1189 idles at the Nelson Crossing depot at the Monticello Railway Museum, as passengers board the final scheduled run into town for the 2011 operating season. The train will run tonight for... (more)
IAIS steam engine #6988 leads a cut of passenger cars westbound through East Moline.
The tracks are weed covered and the signals are without lenses but these old Milwaukee Road rails (former J Line) are still seeing passenger service in 1989 in the form of WICT excursion service f... (more)
A Lowville & Beaver River excursion train runs EB from Lowville to the end of line at Croghan. This was shortly after the lines take over by Genesee Valley Transportation. The caboose, ex CR #1990... (more)
Where WSOR E's run today WICT F's ran in 1989 (and MILW cabs before that). A Wisconsin & Calumet excursion train runs between Walworth and Zenda with the late Glen Monhart's F7A leading the WB tra... (more)
The 475 splits the crossing as she leaves the yard limits and proceeds east to Paradise.
SRC 475 rounds the curve as she approaches the Red Caboose Motel and the Strasburg yard limits.
The 475 runs around her train next to the Amtrak Harrsiburg mainline presenting a cool shot of steam under the catenary.
The 475 pulls out of Strasburg on the last trip of the day.
Thomas leads his train through the Amish countryside.
Passengers enjoy a short ride on the beautifully restored LO&S diesel car.
A crew member uses hand signals to the engineer as the 475 couples to the rear of the excursion train.