"Just a little more...keep 'er comin'!" Engineman Fred Mattison guides Great Western #90 into its stall by lining up the stack with the smoke vents after a long hot day on the Road to Pa... (more)
The last train of the day completes the last stretch of the trip on a beautiful August evening.
Sliding through the groundhog cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania with ex-N&W M Class #475.
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-10-0 No. 90 pulls its train past the depot and ontinues a bit further passing the restored "J Tower" prior to uncoupling and running around it's train for another... (more)
Thomas the Insomniac
En route to the engine house after a full day of excursions.
Strasburg 2-10-0 No. 90, former Great Western, takes a short pause in the yard, just prior to dumping her ash, after wrapping up a day of excursions. To the left, in a steam locomotive deadline, ... (more)
Reading Company #1187
Reading Railroad 0-4-0 Camelback #1187, aka; Strasburg #4 was built in March, 1903, acquired by Strasburg in 1962 and last ran in May of 1967. The engine was on lo... (more)
Long Island Railroad G5s 4-6-0 #39
This is the boiler of a 1929 PRR built LIRR steam engine captured one late evening in August, 2016. It's located in the yard at the Strasburg Rail R... (more)
An afternoon train approaches the Red Caboose Motel on its return to the Station.
The 475 and 90 have just completed a doubleheaded mixed freight move from Leaman Place Junction to Strasburg. Both locomotives are products of Pennsylvania's old Baldwin Locomotive Works.
The Strasburg area provides a lot to do and see, both on and off the rails.
With the reputation of being the oldest continuously operating railroad in the western hemisphere, you can always count on shiny rails around Strasburg!