Sliding through the groundhog cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania with ex-N&W M Class #475.
Strasburg Rail Road's decapod makes a late evening arrival at the depot beating out an oncoming storm.
Strasburg Rail Road's 2-10-0 No. 90 pulls its train past the depot and ontinues a bit further passing the restored "J Tower" prior to uncoupling and running around it's train for another... (more)
Strasburg Rail Road's 4-8-0 No. 475 makes its way back to the depot on a return trip through the Amish farmlands... err, rather, the dense forests the line is well known for.
Strasburg Rail Road' 4-8-0, No. 475 runs a freight train past one of railroad's passenger trains, lead by 2-10-0 No. 90, at Cherry Hill
Strasburg Rail Road's 1924 built decapod leads a return trip through the Amish countryside while en route to the depot.
Strasburg's mighty 2-10-0, former Great Western, brings its train through Paradise, PA rounding Longs Curve while en route to the depot.
Thomas the Insomniac
En route to the engine house after a full day of excursions.
New flowers indicate a change in the season as SRC #90 approaches Beiler's Crossing outside of Paradise, Pennsylvania.
An afternoon train approaches the Red Caboose Motel on its return to the Station.
The 475 and 90 have just completed a doubleheaded mixed freight move from Leaman Place Junction to Strasburg. Both locomotives are products of Pennsylvania's old Baldwin Locomotive Works.
With the reputation of being the oldest continuously operating railroad in the western hemisphere, you can always count on shiny rails around Strasburg!
In pure imitation of her narrow gauge Rio Grande steam sisters, SRC #90 moves right through the deep snow banks within Groundhog Cut outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania. A Colorado steam locomotive... (more)