A vesuvian-like smoke plume rises into the air above Groff's Grove as Strasburg Rail Road decapod #90 reminds the photographers just how powerful a steam locomotive truly is. Our conductor for the... (more)
A local railfan couple take in the action of the newest steam railroad in America during the 1960s as Strasburg Rail Road #90 hustles west with its daily passenger train along the Road to Paradise... (more)
Strasburg 33 returns to Strasburg with Railroad Museum of Pennsylvamia museum piece WM 203 Business Car after a run to Leaman Place.
The Strasburg's GE 44-tonner at Groff's, heading up a Lancaster Chapter NRHS picnic special in the mid-1980s. No. 33 was built by GE as the PRR 9331 in July of 1948. Note the lighter-weight iron... (more)
Winter wonderland on the Strasburg Rail Road
Heavy rail holds up the weight of two Norfolk & Western iron horses as #611 and #475 simmer away awaiting the next highball to continue their journey west...
"The Big Two": For the first time in at least 60 years an Norfolk & Western J Class locomotive sits side by side with a Norfolk & Western M Class. Although not considered to be classed a... (more)
Comparing Roanoke's 1950-built J-Class 611 to Baldwin's 1906-built M-Class 475, in a scene created at the SRC/VMT/Lerro sunset photo session
Nearing the end of its day of ferrying excursions from Strasburg to Paradise and back, the Norfolk & Western 611 approaches Groff's Grove on its way back to Strasburg. The striking afternoon sun h... (more)
While 611 got the majority of the attention, Norfolk & Western 475 was also hauling excursions along the Strasburg Railroad. The 475 did the lions share of the work, hauling 2 excursions in betwee... (more)
The rolling hills of Eastern Pennsylvania shine their best in the afternoon light, giving off hues of green and yellow. The natural beauty is enhanced with the presence of the beautiful Norfolk & ... (more)
N&W Class J No. 611 at Groff's, gingerly testing the siding as it heads to Strasburg with its water car, tool car, and the Strasburg's Mogul No. 89 tacked on the hind end.
"Just another day on the job": Engineer Aaron Sholley is guiding N&W #475 and the 11:30 am train into the siding at Groff's Grove as Fireman and Engineman Dave Lotfi on GW #90 monitors t... (more)
"Brothers": Engineer Aaron Sholley, in the right hand seat of N&W M Class #475, gives a friendly wave and "high-five" to his fellow Engineman Dave Lotfi. To the workers at the ... (more)
N&W #475 approaches the siding at Groff's Grove as GW #90 awaits the highball for the final westbound leg of her journey.