Just another day at the Strasburg Railroad!
The engineer of Great Western #90 leans out to get a view of the upcoming crossing at Carpenters.
Great Western #90 makes an appearance over the new bridge crossing the "Pumpkinville Turnpike". No. 90 was backdated for a Lerro Productions photo charter though fans got a chance to chase and ri... (more)
A farmer stops his horse drawn cart and two dogs at a crossing intersecting his field as 'Ole #90, right on time, passes on by.
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.
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's N&W #475 traverses the recently installed concrete bridge at Paradise during a heavy snow storm in late December.
N&W #475 brings a passenger train in from Paradise en route to Strasburg during a Winter snow storm in December.
Go Tracy, go! N&W #475 rounds Long's Curve at Paradise, PA, racing Tracy towards Carpenters along the Strasburg Rail Road's ROW.
Tracy chasing trains at the Strasburg Rail Road.
Steam under catenary? Must be the Strasburg Rail Road! Great Western #90, Strasburg's largest steamer is on duty today picking up some freight left by Norfolk Southern at Leaman Place Junction a... (more)
A new day dawns at the Strasburg Rail Road as Great Western #90, a large 2-10-0, renews her career hauling revenue freight though the Amish rurals of Pennsylvania!
A Mennonite family watches as Strasburg RR SW8 8618 and caboose head back to Strasburg after dropping a tank car at the NS interchange at Paradise
Well - this is not something you see everyday! A crazed group of railfans and photographers, myself included, likely set their alarm clocks at 4:30 AM to make it to Strasburg early enough ... (more)