History Meet History. A weekend many have been looking forward to, to witness one of the most giant, graceful, beautiful steam engines in the world, the Norfolk & Western 611, on one of the... (more)
N&W #611 posing next to a former PRR Position Light signal.
The westbound Hiawatha excursions rounds into Glencoe.
The 611 leads the last train of the day back to Strasburg.
The N&W 611 crew was kindly making smoke for the photo line at Esbenshade.
N&W 611 running around its train on the Strasburg Rail Road
N&W 611 westbound on the Strasburg, approaching Groff's
First fire after the 611's annual inspection, as the Strasburg's regular 1:00 p.m. train returns behind No. 90.
Built by MLW in 1942, 4-8-4 CN 6200 is currently preserved near the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
UP 844 and UP 3985 lead a passenger special out of Denver on July 23, 2005. Seen here at Henderson, the doubleheaded special would only make Greeley before the 3985 was removed with mechanical is... (more)
The two biggest steam engines in the Age Of Steam collection (for now...), GTW 6325 and NKP 763 make a great pair on tracks 4 and 5 of the roundhouse.
The 611 under the wires, on what was once the PRR's No. 1 Track at Leaman Place.
Shortly after her arrival into Strasburg, N&W 611 looks upon the coaches she'll be pulling in the coming months on a series of special excursions during the railroads Reunion of Steam events!
Norfolk and Western 611 FINALLY rests at the station of Strasburg Railroad after the journey from Roanoke VA.
Sears & Steam. Santa Fe 3751 gently eases through the sharp curve that makes up the coupling track on its return to Redondo Junction. Home to the famous 4-8-4 during its active service care... (more)