We can do it! A group of female railroad workers pose for a War Bond campaign photo at the end of their workday in a Norfolk & Western railyard. With serious looks and a little bit of grea... (more)
Takin' 5. A pair of ladies employed as yard hands enjoy a brief break from the filthy task of cleaning up after an aging N&W M-Class Locomotive in late 1943. Who knows what topics these tw... (more)
Living history. During the dark years of World War II, America's industrial machine was perhaps its most critical weapon system, yet the workforce that made it run, which had historically b... (more)
With a heavy consist, N&W #475 works hard over the Pumpkinville Turnpike.
Steam envelops Engineer Dave Domitrovich who waits patiently on the deck plate of N&W #475.
Ex-N&W class M #475 pulls out of Cherry Hill and into the Groundhog Cut passing what little snow remained on a unseasonably warm February day.
Christmas came late to the Strasburg railroad following a morning of doubleheaded steam freight. The weather was cloudy and cold, but that didn't stop dozens of railfans chasing the consist across... (more)
No. 475 is pulling a 10-car "Steampunk Weekend" train down the grade into the yard area. The 475 was built by Baldwin in 1906 for the Norfolk & Western Railway.
A young man by the enginehouse doors holds his ears against the onslaught of the Strasburg's No. 475 pulling the 3:00 p.m. train's ten passenger cars into the station area. This photo affords an ... (more)
Ex-Norfolk & Western 475 leads a train homeward on the Strasburg Rail Road on a chilly November day. Cherry Crest Farm, home of a popular corn maze and petting zoo, is quiet.
Ex-Norfolk & Western No. 475 crosses the Pumpkinville Turnpike on its return from Leaman Place Junction to Strasburg, Pa., passing through an Amish farm.
Snowy Strasburg steam at sunrise.
Engineer Brent Lefever eases the 475 out of the stall on May 26th, 2016. Strasburg has always been good at giving a look back into the steam era.