Strasburg Railroad 90 moves a string of vintage freight cars through a tree tunnel just East of Carpenters, sporting her retro/1960s livery.
Strasburg decapod 90, sporting its pre-1983 paint scheme with the oval logo, storms upgrade between Cherry Valley and Esbenshade Road, as it begins a photo runby for its passengers at Verdant Vall... (more)
Strasburg Railroad 90 takes on water at 5:45 in the morning before Episode 2 of the Steam Strikes Back photo charter. As evident in the whitewalls and white pinstripes, 90 is back in its 1960s fam... (more)
The famous 19th century wooden passenger on the Strasburg Railroad sit quietly under a clear October Morning.
I took a ride over the Strasburg today to try and get some steam in Fall colors. I stumbled into a photo excursion that I didn’t know about, with 475 on the regular trains, and 89 and 90 working... (more)
Old No. 90 with her extended smokebox, passing J-Tower. This photo illustrates the re-erection of J-Tower (a.k.a. LEMO Tower) a month before the 1985 convention of the National Railway Historical ... (more)
A sunrise eclipse. A warm glow surrounds Norfolk & Western J-Class Locomotive #611 as she eclipses the rising sun on Pennsylvania's Strasburg Rail Road, with a freight consist, to kick off ... (more)
Amidst the shroud of steam, smoke and the haze an afternoon rain storm, Norfolk and Western 611 approaches Carpenters Graveyard at the Strasburg Railroad
Waiting to get painted in PRR colors before heading to Harrisburg,
Two nice looking engines right out of the paint shop.
N&W 475 at Carpenters crossing, with the rolling hills and farms in the background
N&W 475 passing Carpenters cemetery on an early fall afternoon
N&W 475 runs passed the soon to be harvested corn fields outside of cherry hill farm, approaching the crossing at esbenshade road
Well on her way over the rolling grades of the Strasburg Rail Road, SRC #90 sends smoke signals to the railroad's neighbors indicating that another day of railroading has arrived in Amish country.
At about 7:30 am Engineman Jim Rice gives a tug to the throttle of #90 and headed East on the morning of July 26, 2020. If you were running or firing a steam locomotive, you'd be smiling too.