Doubleheader on the W&W on a sunny spring afternoon.
A brilliant splash of red- and yellow-hues on the surrounding foliage, coupled with a bright blue sky, makes for a very colorful scene.
No. 15 prepares to dig in for the climb with a neat little consist of five ancient freight- and passenger-cars in tow.
No. 15 continues her slow-but-steady journey along the scenic narrow gauge road, her high-pitched whistle echoing off the surrounding hills in the early morning sun.
Steam hissing and rods clanking, a northbound passenger train approaches the summit during the EBT's annual Fall Spectacular.
Gleaming from pilot to tender, Baldwin #15 rambles around the oft-photographed curve along Route 522 north of Orbisonia, in classic EBT style.
Pulling into the station, right on time...
No. 90 slowly heads for the enginehouse, where her fire will be dropped one last time and all will fall silent on the railroad... until next season!
With the new year only a few hours away, #90 brings the last train of the day home to wrap up another fine season of steam railroading on the Road to Paradise.
No. 90 brings the last train of the year home past a charming brick farmhouse at Cherry Hill, Pop. 17 (More or Less).
This is the view the folks on this Amish farm are treated to year round -- right from their front porch! No. 90 stops to perform the "ghost whistle" ritual on this chilly winter afternoon.
Smoke hissing and whistle screaming, Great Western #90 swings around the curve at Carpenters on the final day of operations in 2007.
The fireman leans out for a better view as #40 charges upgrade at Rushland.
No. 40 smokes things up a bit as she charges toward the photo line on her final runby at Lahaska.