A Fourth of July weekend spent in Jim Thorpe is highly recommended to any railfan. Great steam action and a beautiful little town; how can one go wrong? Thanks to Mitch Goldman for providing the l... (more)
2010 NRHS Convention night photo session; doesn't get any better than this!
A DL&W Mikado simmers in the backshop area of the Scranton yards, as a shiny new diesel locomotive is going under an inspection of its own. Courtesy of the 2010 NRHS Convention committee.
Before we headed to Cass, we stopped by Clifton Forge, VA to visit the C&O Railway Heritage Center. I highly recommend stopping at this place. Here, CSX train Q303 pulls into the yard at Clifton F... (more)
The two largest Shays on the roster haul the passenger train up the 9% grade at the "S-Curve" during the 2010 Railfan Weekend at Cass. Probably one of my favorite runbys of the weekend.
The Heisler-type locomotive sounds off at Gum Field during the 2010 Railfan Weekend at Cass.
The Heisler-type locomotive is working its heart out as it climbs the *VERY* steep 9% grade during the 2010 Railfan Weekend.
The NH&I's annual Easter Bunny Express is usually diesel-powered, and this year is no exception. Ex-PRR relic #2198 is the motive power for the days' runs, as it leads the train over the Aquetong ... (more)
A farmer waves to the local freight as it passes by, heading for town. A Lerro Productions photo charter.
#734 simmers away in Frostburg as the passengers look on in amazement of just how big this machine really is.
#734 walks into Frostburg, using all of her steam and power to get her train up the final and steepest hill on the line. She put on one helluva show!
#734 roars through Helmstetters Curve, as she fights her way up the hill to Frostburg. What a great way to spend Thanksgiving weekend.
#475 hauls the troop train during the annual Troops & Trains event at the Strasburg Railroad.
With the 10-car Troop Train in tow, #475 roars up the grade past the private grade crossing between Cherry Hill and Esbenshade, during the annual Troops & Trains event.
Reading returns to the Perkiomen Branch! For two weekends, the Reading FP7s roamed up and down the ex-Reading's Perk Branch. This weekend, the trip were run out of Pennsburg, PA, and the FP7s look... (more)