W&W 0-6-0 58 makes from my opinion a rare appearance on a holiday excursion through the suburbs outside of Wilmington Delaware.
in reference to the photo this was in fact a stitched image of two ... (more)
DCR HA-1 makes a rare move north of the C&D canal. They are southbound with NS K64 in tow. K64 was bringing the DCR 1566 back to home territory when it was stranded at KIRK by bridge problems th... (more)
Debut of the B&O 8408 crossing the Red Clay Creek near Yorklyn, DE.
Meatball, Toaster, Mighty Mouse - lots of nick names for this type.
A CSX local from Philadelphia to Wilsmere Yard in Wilmington crosses the frozen Brandywine River. The metal work seen through the arches is for the adjacent highway bridge.
Wilmington and Western's PRR Doodlebug #4662 traverses Bridge 12B on a cool Winter day in March. Below is the Red Clay Creek which winds it's way south into the Christiana River before eventually... (more)
Some bright fall colors still remain in Delaware as NS K52 runs on the Reybold Running track heading toward the Delaware City Refinery as it passes over County Road.
Acela Express passes over the streets of downtown Wilmington.
Icy Red Clay Creek. The Wilmington & Western Railroad's Alco #98 charges across the icy Red Clay Creek with a passenger consist headed for Hockessin. The route of the old B&O Landenberg B... (more)
Heading out of town after making its stop in Wilmington.
Seen here is PRR 4662 on the historic "S" Trestle located in Yorklyn, DE. The original wooden trestle was rebuilt in 2007 after the floods of Tropical Storm Henry washed it away.
America's last operational, standard gauge 4-4-0 plies the former B&O Landenberg Branch in the livery of the Wilmington & Western Railroad during this 2011 Lerro Productions Charter. In th... (more)
You never know what you may encounter in the wilds of Delaware. Here, an Acela Express cruises over a tributary of the Christiana Marsh like a ground hugging missile.
Dashing through the snow. The Wilmington & Western Railroad's 1909-vintage 4-4-0 leads a Lerro Productions Charter across the snow-covered Bridge 10A and into the line's Mt. Cuba Picnic Gro... (more)
W&W #98 rounds Bridge 10C in a scene reminiscent of the line's days with the B&O Railroad in the 1880's which had also ran American 4-4-0's under the flag of the Baltimore and Philadelphia Railroa... (more)