Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 #475, former N&W, grabs a revenue load left by Norfolk Southern at Leaman Place Junction. As is typical (yes, typical!), the crew will couple to a loaded passenger car... (more)
Looking particularly girtty, the driver of Strasburg #90, the last working decapod, waits for 5:00pm to come around to begin his second to last hauld of the day.
Former Norfolk & Western #475 heading back towards Strasburg on a windy Spring afternoon.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 has just departed Cherry Hill and is heading towards Strasburg with the 5:00pm train.
Former Great Western 2-10-0 #90 has just pulled out of Groundhog Cut with the 4:00pm train heading back towards Strasburg.
Strasburg's #90 moves through scenic amish country on the return from Paradise, passing the cemetery at Carpenters.
Strasburg's #90 leads the morning's mixed train back west, passing through Cherry Hill.
The boiler of 2-10-0 #90 is fired up and ready for it's next haul.
Dave, the fireman for 2-10-0 #90, stands on the tender watching the rear as the engine backs up.
Strasburg 2-10-0 #90 is waved on by the conducter, ready to front couple for its last haul of the day.
Strasburg 2-10-0 #90 pulls it's train of passengers tender first on the first leg of the journey, just visable through the open air coach it is coupled to, prior to reaching a point where it will ... (more)
Strasburg 475 rolls out of Cherry Hill with another train load of happy passengers
The evening shadows overtake the Pumpkinville Turnpike as Strasburg's Wine & Cheese Train, "The American Eagle" heads west on The Road to Paradise.
Rollin' through the fields of Lancaster County. Still sporting the silver smokebox paint from a February photo charter, Great Western #90 hauls the 5PM excursion through the sprawling field... (more)
Just another day in Paradise. Engineer Ross eases his 8-car, 4 o'clock excursion train out of the yard at Lehman Place Junction en route back to East Strasburg. For many years, the turning... (more)