The "611 Shuttle"- probably one of its easiest assignments of all-time, with only 3 cars. Several 15-minute trips were scheduled today, backing from Strasburg to Ground Hog Cut and retu... (more)
Odd couple of an F40PHR-GP40TC with the "Broadway" at Paradise. Scanned from a Kodak Plus-X Pan negative, ASA 125.
Comparing Roanoke's 1950-built J-Class 611 to Baldwin's 1906-built M-Class 475, in a scene created at the SRC/VMT/Lerro sunset photo session
The farmer's wife gives a friendly wave to the N&W mixed freight, in a scene created at the SRC/VMT/Lerro sunset photo session
Hard-charging J-Class No. 611 pulling a freight, passing by M-Class No. 475 in the siding, in a scene from the SRC/VMT/Lerro sunset photo session
Strasburg's 2-10-0 No. 90 posed with the 611 at the "Fire up 611" event
The N&W 611 crew was kindly making smoke for the photo line at Esbenshade.
N&W 475, sporting a new look with a centered headlight and footboards, blasts up the hill toward Strasburg
N&W 611 running around its train on the Strasburg Rail Road
N&W 611 westbound on the Strasburg, approaching Groff's
First fire after the 611's annual inspection, as the Strasburg's regular 1:00 p.m. train returns behind No. 90.
The fireman is enjoying the stack talk as Thomas pounds past the pumpkin patch, hauling 7 cars and a caboose back to Strasburg.
The 611 under the wires, on what was once the PRR's No. 1 Track at Leaman Place.
N&W Class J No. 611 on the hidden bridge at Shocks Mill
N&W Class J No. 611 is sitting on the old PRR No. 1 Track, waiting for clearance to head west to Strasburg.