The return of Great Western #90.
Backdated for a two day event, compliments of Lerro Productions and the Strasburg Rail Road. Modifications included aluminum paint for the smoke box, white pain... (more)
Great Western #90 climbs the grade just west of Long's Curve in a scene reminiscent of her days in Colorado. A Lerro Productions time warp.
The Great Western Railway of Colorado could often be found hauling sugar beet trains of about 40 to 50 cars length. Not all trains were as such, however, as this morning we find #90 hauling a mix... (more)
Former Colorado native, Great Western #90, must have felt right at home after being captured in a mini snow squall in Strasburg, PA. The engine was backdated by Lerro Productions for a photo char... (more)
Great Western #90 in a pan at 1/15th.
Built in 1924, Great Western #90 is the line's biggest and most powerful engine. She's seen here passing over a relatively new bridge that was built to keep up with the ever increasing car load c... (more)
Strasburg acquired #9331, a GE 44-tonner, in 1966 after leasing it from the PRR since 1961. It was initially painted red and yellow and numbered #33. It is one of three diesel switche... (more)
Two gals in for a make over - N&W #475 is in for mechanical work and inspection while GW #90 gets a "new" retro look compliments of Lerro Productions.
Oh, the weather outside was frightful, but the train was so delightful! N&W #475 leads a nine car passenger train past Groffs en route to Strasburg, PA during a heavy Winter's snow storm.
Casting a warm glow on the shanty at Groffs, a N&W train approaches this flag stop at speed having been given the highball to proceed through in near blizzard conditions direct to Strasburg.
Strasburg's N&W #475 traverses the recently installed concrete bridge at Paradise during a heavy snow storm in late December.
Wintertime at the Strasburg Rail Road - Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers!
N&W #475 brings a passenger train in from Paradise en route to Strasburg during a Winter snow storm in December.
The Strsaburg Rail Road: A world frozen in time.
All aboard! Next stop, Lancaster PA! One can dream a little. In the midst of a big snow storm, Strasburg Rail Road's former N&W 4-8-0 #475 arrives at the depot (a former Reading station moved on... (more)