SRC 89 pulls a freight train back to Strasburg Station.
The boiler of Long Island Rail Road #39 sits on two bogies at Strasburg Station, awaiting restoration. #39 is a G5s 4-6-0 steam locomotive built in 1929.
Ex Canadian Pacific 4-6-0 steam locomotive #972 sits at Strasburg Station. The locomotive is partially disassembled, awaiting restoration.
A line of steam locomotives awaiting restoration at Strasburg Station. The one in the front is ex Reading Company's 0-4-0 camelback steam locomotive #1187. It was built in 1903 and last ran in 196... (more)
SRC 89 at Strasburg Station.
SRC 2, a Plymouth 10T engine sits at Strasburg Station.
Waiting for the train!
Strasburg's Rail Road ex-N&W # 475 has been dressed up as Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 # 382 for a Lerro Productions charter.
Train engineer prepares the Strasburg 475 for the excursions.
Two children look on in awe as SRC 475 prepares to depart with the 11AM train to Paradise.
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Locomotive 89 backs through the station after pulling it final train for the day. 89 will stop and grab water before heading to the yard to complete shutting down. LO&S car #10 pulls into the stat... (more)
Number #90 rolls past the station, seven passenger cars in tow, wrapping up yet another busy weekend at the Strasburg Rail Road.
Between runs the Fireman feels each bearing with his hand for any unwanted heat and lubricates critical surfaces. This man machine relationship is what keeps these vintage locomotives operating we... (more)
#475, wearing a PRR three chime whistle belonging to LIRR #39, takes on water after completing the day's Easter Bunny runs.
In the early hours of Friday, the LOS Motor Car is getting its windows washed on the inside. Even though in dawn's early light, the railroad is already in action for the day's activities.
In preparation for Saturday's larger crowd, the crew pushes the Mill Creek coach to the station to add to the excursion train.