Pennsy power at the RR Museum of PA, GG-1, K-4 and Atlantic Class.
PRR M1b No. 6755 is looking good here in late 1989, except for the lack of its main rods, which are usually stored on top of the long-distance tender. Built by Altoona in 1930 as an M1a, it was l... (more)
The Strasburg's Camelback No. 4 is headed to a new home- The Age of Steam Roundhouse Museum in Sugar Creek, OH. The AoSRHM announced that it was the high-bidder in a sealed-bid auction held in St... (more)
PRR 1223 and 7002 are being serviced after a Lancaster Chapter NRHS excursion to Philadelphia. The D16sb American and E7s Atlantic were designed by the PRR's Axel S. Vogt and Theodore N. Ely, res... (more)
The 611 is easily handling a 3-car "shuttle" from East Strasburg to Ground Hog Cut and back on a cool October day
Oh, Crap, the Tourists are Coming Back!
At least some of the population is enjoying the COVID-induced quiet in the normally busy tourist area of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Tha... (more)
The early morning sun peeks its way around the streamlined nose of N&W 611 as it makes an early morning run-by during the Reunion of Steam N&W photo event at the Strasburg Rail Road in October of ... (more)
"Morning Thunder": N&W J Class #611 sprints west hauling freight in the final days of steam service on the Norfolk & Western. This was taken during a photo charter at the Strasburg Rail ... (more)
"Hitchin' a Ride": Fred Mattison enjoys the morning sun outside of the Verdant View Farm as he and N&W J Class #611 head west on October 5, 2019.
Norfolk & Western #611 - October 5, 2019
Pennsy power, freshly restored by Strasburg in July of 1983. Built in 1902 as the PRR 8063, the 7002 would make its first run after restoration on July 28, 1983. It was retired in 1989 and is no... (more)
"Tracks to Tomorrow": As the sun began to set on a long day of shooting along the Road to Paradise, N&W #611 headed east into the sun which presented this view near Carpenter's Crossing ... (more)