Strasburg's 4-8-0 hauling freight on a cold December day
First fire after the 611's annual inspection, as the Strasburg's regular 1:00 p.m. train returns behind No. 90.
Norfolk and Western Class J No. 611 is being spotted for the night alongside the Strasburg shop building.
Steam locomotive number 90 pulls to a stop at the Strasburg Railroad yard.
One of only 120 Simplex automobiles ever built is with one of a kind Lancaster, Oxford & Southern RR motor car.
After it's blow down and service, N&W 475 marches towards the station where it will pick up its train of excited children and parents on the final Night Before Christmas Train of 2018.
No. 89 moves to hook up with its train and to get ready for another day of hauling passengers.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 leads a dinner train arriving back at the terminal in October, 2018. (corrected, Thanks Doug)
M Class comparison. Two of Norfolk & Western's numerous M Class 4-8-0s spend the cool autumn night outside an engine house in southern Virginia.
Thanks to a "pit crew" of abou... (more)
This former New York Central EMD-SW8 is Strasburg Railroad's newest in the fleet being built in February of 1953.Today it mostly serves as one might expect as the railroad's primary freight switch... (more)
Strasburg's 90 get set for the day"s excursions.
#90 sounds her Reading 6 chime whistle for the crossing just outside the shops. Speaking of the Reading, Camelback #1187 can be seen on the left.
475 leading the 11am Santa Express waits at the yard for locomotive 89 to pass with the half hour train.
A little squirt to start off the day.
1967 was the year when SRC #90 began operation, and it looks so in this photo! Only the cars in the background give it away.