A clerk for the N&W Railraod holds up trainorders for the fireman of No. 611 as the crew prepares for departure.
611 arrives back at Strasburg with the last excursion of the day.
A pair of passenger trains meet at Strasburg as some signs of SRC's growing freight business can be seen on the left.
At one time, both of the locomotives shown here were the top of the line passenger locomotives for their respective railroads. But like many technological advancements - they too get replaced. For... (more)
N&W 611 is seen here making its return on the 2:00 train gliding into the yard at Strasburg. The fields shown here are representative of the Amish country seen around Lancaster, Pennsylvania - wit... (more)
The Norfolk & Western 611's home railroad, the N&W was host to a very unique kind of signal known as the Color Position Light signal. They were the mainstay of home-N&W territories for many years,... (more)
"Through the Tree Tunnel" - N&W 475 runs around her consist in Leamans Place, as seen through this tunnel of trees.
N&W 611 "Queen of Steam" pulls into the platform at Strasburg. Although not 100% prototypical to the N&W era, the B&W edit makes for a great photo op.
Its not even noon and the temperature has soared high into the nineties. Despite this, many train buffs are lined up at the Strasburg depot to view N&W 611 "Queen of Steam."
During a visit to a Strasburg, Norfolk & Western 611 guides a 9 car train into the platform, passing by J Tower.
"The Return of a Monarch" - Norfolk & Western 611 is affectionately nicknamed, "The Queen of Steam" on behalf of her great size and streamlining.
Norfolk & Western 611 leads a passenger train up the hill at Carpenters on a sweltering summer day, with temperatures soaring into the high-nineties.
After arriving in Strasburg on the first time of the day, 611 does a runaround move.
N&W 611 storms up the grade at Cherry Hill, putting on quite a show in the process on a rainy morning.