An Amtrak AEM-7 sits outdoors on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. To the left, in front of the Museum, earlier predecessors, PRR K4 Pacific Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: ASEA AEM-7Location: Strasburg, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: AMTK 915Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August 16, 2015
PRR's #4800, "Old Rivets" sits on display outdoors next to "newcomer", Amtrak AEM-7 #915. Just behind the "Toaster", is a venerable Amtrak E-60 #603. Three generat... (more)
No, the Lindbergh Engine isn't prepping for surgery, that's just masking in preparation for painting the cab signal equipment box. Nearing the end of its lengthy cosmetic restoration, E6s #460, f... (more)
Let there be steam! This is the engineer's side of Pennsylvania Railroad E-7 Class 4-4-2 #7002 and it's the first thing guests see upon entering the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. To the left ... (more)
An interior shot from the overhead walkway of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, PA.
This view taken with a fish eye lens features mostly the rolling stock portion within the mu... (more)
Once a steam star on the Strasburg Rail Road, PRR E7 Atlantic #"7002" (originally PRR #8063) sits forever static inside the George M. Hart Rolling Stock Hall at the Railroad Museum of Pe... (more)
Amtrak AEM-7 915 seen here at its new home, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg PA.
Last of her kind- Immaculately preserved at the main entrance of the Rolling Stock Hall, D16sb #1223 no longer roams the rails on the Road to Paradise. Note the color of the boiler and delivery p... (more)
Carefully preserved inside the Rolling Stock Hall, a circa 1905 PRR H6sb heads up a short period freight train at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
NS OCS #4270 sits idling in the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's yard. Joining her is The Conway PA, Conrail Crane. An Ex PRR Coach, and an RDC. Not long after this photo was taken, and NS crew a... (more)
NS F9A #4270 sits quietly after parking in her spot for the Upcoming NS Days at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Behind her was #4271, and the NS exhibit car. She is also Joined by a PRR GG1 a... (more)
Virginia & Truckee 2-6-0 #20 "Tahoe"
This 2-6-0 Mogul was built in 1875 by Baldwin in Philadelphia, PA for the V&T in Nevada. The engine originally burned wood but was converted to coa... (more)
W.T. Smith Lumber Co. Heisler No. 10.
This 2-Truck Heisler was built in 1918 by Heisler Locomotive Works in Erie, PA for the W.T. Smith Lumber Co. #10 at Chapman, AL. Later it saw ser... (more)
Enterprise Lumber Co. Shay No. 4
This 3-Truck Shay was built in 1906 by Lima Locomotive Works for Enterprise Lumber Company in Simms, LA. It also spent time at the Cherry River Boom &... (more)
W.H. Mason Lumber Company Climax No. 4
This 2-truck "Climax" locomotive was built for the Moore, Keppel & Company in Ellamore, WV by the Climax Manufacturing Company in Cory, PA (near Eri... (more)