A set of Union Pacific power leads a westbound Norfolk Southern train through Topton, Pennsylvania. There’s something that just doesn’t feel right about a UP SD70Ace rolling past a distinctly Read... (more)
Allentown & Auburn No. 206 is moooooving along past the cows not far from the A&A's shop in Topton, Pa.
As a steady rain begins to fall, former Pennsylvania Railroad Brill-built Doodlebug #4666 heads back to Kutztown with a car full of picnic-goers.
Allentown & Auburn SW 206 tied down for the night as fireworks are set off by the volunteers in celebration of Fourth of July. Now that's 'Merica!
A trio of cabooses sits quietly under the passing clouds at the Allentown & Auburn shops in Topton, PA
On the way to the next photo runby location, the Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's "Garden State Ramble" passes Zimmerman's Farm at the crossing.
In a scene right out of history, a short local freight is spotted on the outskirts of Topton, on its return from Kutztown. In reality, this is a photo freight run for the Friends of the Railroad M... (more)
Returning to Topton after leaving the excursion consist at Kutztown, the current freight roster of the Allentown & Auburn passes "CP SCUM" (affectionately named for the green pond in the foregroun... (more)
On its first westbound movement over the Allentown & Auburn, recently-arrived Pennsylvania Railroad OAG415 #4666 crosses Zimmerman Lane in the afternoon sun.
Allentown and Auburn crossing Hinterleiter Road, with the Easter Bunny Train.
Arriving at its destination, ALLN 206 pulls into the Topton yard to run around and take the Pumpkin Patch train back to Kutztown.
An eastbound train rolls through the Pennsylvania farm land on former Reading trackage.
Lead by the NS 8102 and true to its name, All Day 11J finally brings a ray of sun to a cloudy day in Topton.
The ESPN 52, formerly EPRY 52, sits at Topton where the Kutztown Brach meets the NS Reading Line. The Kutztown branch line is owned by the Kutztown Transportation Authority chaired by Jim Schlege... (more)
The old Philidelphia & Reading Station in Topton PA. Now you can stop in and get icecream and still watch the trains.