M Class comparison. Two of Norfolk & Western's numerous M Class 4-8-0s spend the cool autumn night outside an engine house in southern Virginia.
Thanks to a "pit crew" of abou... (more)
This former New York Central EMD-SW8 is Strasburg Railroad's newest in the fleet being built in February of 1953.Today it mostly serves as one might expect as the railroad's primary freight switch... (more)
Strasburg's 90 get set for the day"s excursions.
#90 sounds her Reading 6 chime whistle for the crossing just outside the shops. Speaking of the Reading, Camelback #1187 can be seen on the left.
475 leading the 11am Santa Express waits at the yard for locomotive 89 to pass with the half hour train.
A little squirt to start off the day.
1967 was the year when SRC #90 began operation, and it looks so in this photo! Only the cars in the background give it away.
Strasburg Railroad #89 a 2-6-0 steam engine is pulled out of the shop by an EMD SW8 switcher as another day begins on the railroad.
A few days after a second blizzard dumped over a foot of snow on the region, Canadian National 2-6-0 #89 brings an excursion back to Strasburg Station as N&W 475 (dressed as sister 382 for a Lerro... (more)
Getting #90 ready for a freight pickup on a dreary Friday Morning.
Surrounded by a late September crop, Strasburg #90 makes her approach to the yard complex.
The largest and most powerful steam engine on the Strasburg Rail Road's roster, former Great Western 2-10-0 #90, basks in the light of the early morning sun. In an hours time, she'll be returning... (more)
The business end of the Straburg Rail Road
Engine 90 smokes up the yard on a dreary day in February.