The engineer of Reading T1 2124 climbs aboard his engine after receiving his orders. Soon his long loaded coal drag with be on it's way to Philadelphia and the docks. Lighting courtesy of Lerro Pr... (more)
For my 100th RP image let me introduce a genuine steam locomotive engineer. This is Aaron Stout and he is about to unleash Canadian National No. 3254's 53,000 lbs. of tractive effort and thus prop... (more)
GTW 6039 looks almost in her prime even though it has been years since she has moved under her own power. Not one of the most photographed engines in the Steamtown collection, the 6039 looked fine... (more)
It was nice to see an engine that doesn't get as much notice as some other in the Steamtown Collection be made the star for one night. GT 6039 looks like she is making a station stop somewhere in ... (more)
GTW #6039. With asbestos abatement at hand, the crew at Steamtown decided to fire up the old gal and let her move on her own power first onto the turntable behind her and then into the back shop ... (more)
A brave Reading Company employee slips out under cover of the night prepared rescue the last of the mighty Reading T-1's from the scrapper. The opposite could not be more true as RDG #2124 was us... (more)
6,200 horsepower, give or take, at rest, at Steamtown. Lighting compliments of Lerro Productions.
Reading 2124 comes alive thanks to the magic of Lerro Productions. Still in need of a good paint job, the old girl looks better with a little smoke around her.
In a scene repeated countless time in the 40's, UP 4012 simmers in the cool of a Spring evening awaiting some TLC from the hostler. This scene made possible thanks to the lighting of Lerro Product... (more)
During Steamtown Railfest 2007 DL RS3's 4118 & 4103 idle overnight in the Steamtown yard restored to their original D&H paint with only the road name changed to reflect their current ownership.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor sleet, nor hail shall keep CN #3254 from completion of her appointed rounds!
While a trolley waits for cross-platform transfers, a set of PRR E8s pull into town with the overnight train. Unfortunately, the modern mall building, catenary poles and coaches give away the date... (more)