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)
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)
Great Western decapod #90 charges hard up the grade to Carpenter's Crossing hauling 9 or 10 cars on October 5, 2019. The crew of #90 during the 611/475 charter did a magnificent job of putting on ... (more)
SRC 89 pulls a freight train back to Strasburg Station.
SRC 89 pulls a freight train through the fields near Strasburg during the afternoon golden hours.
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)
"Take me back": As the sun continues to rise to the East, a Norfolk & Western J Class locomotive makes haste with a hot shot freight.
Norfolk & Western #611 - October 2019
SRC 89 at Strasburg Station.
SRC 89 passes Cherry Crest Farm.
SRC 2, a Plymouth 10T engine sits at Strasburg Station.