On a drab afternoon in March of 2014, Wilmington & Western's PRR doodlebug No. 4662, "The Paul Revere" is captured passing PRR No. 60 in Hockessin, DE during its return trip to Greenbank... (more)
PRR Class B6s 0-6-0 #60
Pennsylvania Railroad 0-6-0 No. 60 was built in December of 1913 by its Juniata Shops. The locomotive is unique for the PRR in that it did not have a Belpaire fir... (more)
Wilmington & Western Steam Locomotive 58 marches up the steep grade coming into Hockessin, DE while pulling a special mid week charter. The fireman was obviously not shy about laying on the coal f... (more)
B&O #8408 eases her Autumn Leaf Special towards downtown Hockessin
Wilmington & Western's PRR #4662, the "Paul Revere", navigates through the cut and around a sharp bend in Hockessin, DE.
PRR Doodlebug #4662, "The Paul Revere" leads an excursion from Hockessin, DE en route to Greenback in March of 2014. The motor car was built by Pullman Standard, outfitted by Brill, and... (more)
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)
Wilmington & Western's 4-4-0 98 charges upgrade into Hockessin on the final Autumn Leaf Special of 2013
Entering Hockessin. The Wilmington & Western's Independence Day Fireworks Train drifts carefully across State Route 41 in downtown Hockessin, DE, with veteran Engineer Don Young on the thro... (more)
Wilmington & Western's #98 is out pulling an excursion train to Ashland.
W&W #58 passes by the falls at Sharpless Road in Hockessin, DE while on an extended Fall foliage excursion in October, 2012.
Engine 58 pulls into Hockessin, DE on a clear Sunday afternoon.
Happy Independence Day. For this year's Fireworks Express trip to Hockessin, the crew of Wilmington & Western 0-6-0 58 experimented with a new type of fuel. After the fireworks get shoveled... (more)
Wilmington & Western's pretty 4-4-0 simmers on a siding in downtown Hockessin, Delaware as railroad patrons enjoy a July 4th fireworks display in a nearby park. This was my first time shooting a... (more)