Wilmington and Western Santa Claus Express crossing the Red Clay Creek bridge.
Wilmington & Western's Alco 4-4-0 from the class of 1909 passes by the Wooddale Covered Bridge in New Castle County.
Former Lehigh Valley SW-1 #114 is in charge of the Halloween Express as it hauls the train full of passengers through Ashland.
Holiday Lights Express. The authentically painted Baltimore and Ohio Railroad SW1 8408 (EMC, 1940) is a key member of the roster at the Wilmington & Western Railroad. On Friday, December 16... (more)
The Wilmington & Western Railroad annually brings its train to the town of Hockessing, Delaware for their 4th of July Fireworks display. The crew requested to have the locomotive lit up for some o... (more)
WWRR 8408, sporting B&O colors, takes a nearly sold out weekend trip to Hockessin. 8408 has a long history on the Landenberg Branch, being assigned to Baltimore Division of the B&O for the majorit... (more)
WWRC #58 rips into the railhead as the crew attempts to get a sold out train moving up the 1.4% grade into town. A downed tree from earlier storms stopped the train on the steepest grade on the ra... (more)
Fireman/CMO S. Jensen shoves down some coal for to aid the second fireman during a run to Mt. Cuba.
Engineer S. J. Jr. takes 58 up to the coal dock using B&O 8408, seeing as 58 had not built up enough pressure to run up solo yet.
Fireman George Barreto rakes forward a heal on the fire during hostling operations on a very hot 4th of July afternoon. The crew will soon take a sold out train to the end of the line for firework... (more)
Fireworks light off behind 0-6-0 #58 as hundreds of spectators look on.
Fireman George Baretto poses with a battered shovel after a qualifying run to Hockessin for the fireworks.
WWRR #58 pauses briefly outside of #3 track stall for a photo session. The steam is created by blowing down the boiler, lighting provided by 4 portable rigs, courtesy of Dan Drennen.
W&W 58 Rests as the Town of Hockessing, Delaware Puts on its Annual 4th of July Fireworks Display