No. 475 is all ready to go for another day full of steam and fun on the Road to Paradise.
No. 475 patiently awaits the arrival of the eastbound train at Groff's Grove.
No. 90 rounds the sweeping curve at Cherry Hill with the hourly train after a meet with the eastbound train at Groff's Grove.
At the end of another 6-mile trip over the Hawk Mountain Line, #65 runs around her train in preparation for the last excursion of the day, passing Whitcomb #602 in the Kempton yard.
No. 65 chugs through the crossing at Trexler with a mid-afternoon train.
A typical WK&S train chugs through the open field between Wanamaker and Steinsville along Route 143.
No. 65 receives some last-minute attention from the engine crew before the return trip to Kempton.
No. 65 passes her G.E. counterpart, 45-tonner #7258, on a beautiful fall afternoon.
WK&S #65, an 0-6-0 Porter saddletank locomotive built in 1930, takes on water between passenger runs at the Kempton station.
No. 89 puts on a spectacular show as she thunders out of Groff's Grove with a 9-car train.
No. 475 poses obligingly for the camera after pulling the special N&WHS mixed train during the Society's 2006 Strasburg Convention.
No. 89 rests in the enginehouse while 90 and 475 handle the day's duties.
Trolley #163 is a 1924 J.G. Brill product that was originally built for the York Railways Co. in York, Pa. She now resides at the Rockhill Trolley Museum and is the pride of their collection.
No. 15 crests the hill near McMullins Summit with the southbound 1:00 p.m. train.
No. 15 simmers quietly at Colgate Grove before returning to Orbisonia with the first run of the day.