Detail shot of #142's smokebox.
#142 assumes a classic "high iron" pose as she awaits departure time.
#142 backs down the line (away from the camera!) with a mid-afternoon excursion.
#142 stands ready to depart Lehigh Junction with the last passenger train of the day.
#142 passes a small grove of colorful wildflowers as she nears the end of her short romp along the scenic Delaware River.
#142 is framed by dense foliage as she approaches a road crossing near Carpentersville. Though the leaves have not yet begun to show their colors, fall is still in the air.
#142 passes another relic from days gone by as she makes her way southbound through the small town of Carpentersville at a brisk pace.
#142 is reflected in a puddle on a narrow lane paralleling the tracks. The morning showers eventually gave way to sunshine on this warm afternoon in late-September.
Though #142 may have been built in China a mere eighteen years ago, this scene could easily depict a mixed freight train on a rural branchline in the 1940s.
142 simmers in her own steam at Pete Lerro's Photo Charter
#142 simmers next to an antique car while an appropriately dressed man looks on.
142 poses at Bear Crossing for night shoots at Pete Lerro's Photo Charter
Norfolk Southern train 24Z pulls the first train through Phillipsburg in the early morning after a couple hours of idle time. Behind the leader was a BNSF C44-9W #703 which I do believe to be an ... (more)