Strasburg Railroad 90 Leads a passenger train into East Strasburg, passing by J Tower. The Pennsylvania Railroad structure was originally located in Lemoyne, PA, until it was relocated to Strasbur... (more)
Strasburg Railroad 89 and Strasburg Railroad 90 idle side by side at Cherry Hill with reenactors posed with the locomotives making the scene feel even more authentic to the 1960s.
Strasburg Railroad 90 charges up the grade near Carpenters. The cloudless October day allowed for gorgeous lighting and a beautiful sky background and the cold temperatures allowed for lots of smo... (more)
"Man and His Machine"
Strasburg Railroad 90 releases steam as the fireman throws a switch allowing for 90 to pull into a siding in the East Strasburg Yard to allow for a switch in con... (more)
Tom Golden photo.
"Autumn on the Road to Paradise" With a load of beautifully restored vintage freight cars, the largest and youngest locomotive at Strasburg, #90, travels through a tree tunnel.
An icon of the Strasburg Railroad, 2-10-0 Number 90 steams along, ready to pick up another train of visitors for the day. Number 90 was built in June 1924 for the Great Western Railway in Colorado... (more)
As part of the Steam Strikes Back Photo Charter, a meet up with 89, 90, and the Amtrak train was planned. At a speed of 90 mph, there is only a split second where the framing of all 3 locomotives ... (more)
*Steam in the Snow*: Great Western decapod #90, hauling the ex-Philadelphia & Reading President's Business car #90, thunders around Long Curve outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania on the snowy mornin... (more)
Canadian National 89 pulls up for side by side shots with Strasburg Railroad 90.
Strasburg Railroad 90 works hard up the steep grade at Esbenshade. With a freight train in tow wearing its 1960s-early 80s paint scheme, this is a scene that could easily be mistaken for a photo i... (more)
#90 returns back to Strasburg chasing a golden sun on the horizon.
Steam meets steam during the start of a heavy snow squall in the late fall of 2017. Decapod No. 90 is holding the main as Mogul No. 89 negotiates the siding with its icicle-covered train.
No. 90 panned at Paradise in 1986, while still sporting its long and lean look with an extended smokebox from the days of burning lower-grade coal on the Great Western Railway of Colorado.
Strasburg 90, repainted in her 1960's tourist livery, trundles through soon-to-be-harvested farmland in early morning light.