N&W 611 has cleared the signal bridge, transferring from the Southern Railway's Crescent Route onto the former Virginian in Hurt, VA, on its way to Roanoke, VA with “The Roanoker.”
Racing thru the CoveEverett 11 races down the Cove Secondary towards Martinsburg, going as fast as her diminutive drivers will carry her. Or...not. Pans do wonders for creating illu... (more)
DNE 28, hauling Northern Pacific Railway Historical Society excursion has stopped just short of Two Harbors on the North Shore Scenic Ry. The train will not be able to reach the station on this ru... (more)
Colorado Railroad Museum Polar Express 491 stopping to pick up crew
Colorado Railroad Museum Polar Express
A storm atop the mountain. With some heavy cloud cover looming along the hillsides, Fillmore & Western No. 14 gets some smoke on the stack as engineer Andy works the old Baldwin 2-8-0 up t... (more)
For 104 years old...she's still looks mighty fine. Coming into the morning light on the first day of Daylight Savings, engineer Andy tugs at the whistle cord of Fillmore & Western No. 14 as... (more)
Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 #382 (Strasburg's Rail Road ex-N&W #475) speeding up at Cherry Hill. A great Lerro Productions charter.
A long exposure portrait of Norfolk & Western 4-8-0 #382 (Strasburg's Rail Road ex-N&W #475) at night in Strasburg's yard. A great Lerro Productions charter.
The Three Rivers Rambler excursion train
On Sunday, thanks to the time change,the last run of the weekend during the Steam festival was at sunset. The Fillmore and Western Baldwin 2-8-0 No. 14 whistles for the 7th street crossing as it h... (more)
If one could transport back to the time of steam on the Canadian Prairies perhaps it was in late October outside of Strasburg, Pennsylvania with SRC #89. Here, racing across the "Flats" ... (more)
Everett Railroad 2-6-0 #11 passes the Hollidaysburg station during a photo charter hosted by Lerro Productions.
Fillmore & Western No. 14 sends a pillar of steam skyward and sideways as it runs through the motion of its morning blowdown at the east end of the railroad's yard.