"The Spirit of Roanoke". The Queen of Steam may not wear this on her side any more, but she will always be the Spirit of Roanoke to me. Taken on her first trip up from the VMT back in ... (more)
A different angle. Inspired by seeing Mitch Goldman's beautiful pan today, I wanted to post mine of basically the same moment, with a different lens and angle. Mine is 1/25. The zoom kind of fo... (more)
On a wet and rainy day, 611 get's ready to start the return trip back to the station.
On a wet and rainy day, J611 passes by in a pan shot.
On an early October day, 2-truck Shay #3 approaches a switch. The trees are beginning to change and hints of yellow dot the forests of Durbin.
The engineer of two-truck Shay #3 provides some maintenance on an early fall day during a photo shoot organized by Chase Gunnoe.
The Queen of Steam let’s off a large plume of smoke during a chartered photo shoot on that Strasburg Railroad. Driving rain couldn’t dampen spirits or the beauty of the engine. With 611 back in ... (more)
Monserrat looms large on a beautiful morning in spain.
It's the end of a long day of a special Lerro chartered shoot. The shoot was organized as a fund raiser for a barn that had burned down near the rail line. Strasburg 89 was dressed up in Transpo... (more)
Not even cloudy skies and hard rain can dampen the spirit of the Queen of Steam.
On a crisp fall day, two BNSF interlopers trundle along the Mowhawk river with a unit oil train.
Wet and cold, but still beautiful, J class 611 flies by in a 1/8th second pan shot.
611 makes her way through the countryside.
611 idles momentarily to allow other trains to pass by.
Driving rain doesn't dampen the spirits of 611, no does it take away from her beauty a she passes through some trees on the Strasburg line.