Wilmington & Western's restored PRR Doodlebug traverses the trestle in Ashland, DE en route to Hockessin greeting the first week of Spring in March of 2014.
PRR Doodlebug #4662, "The Paul Revere" leads an excursion from Hockessin, DE en route to Greenback in March of 2014. The motor car was built by Pullman Standard, outfitted by Brill, and... (more)
Little, Old and Slow #10 heading back to Strasburg after a brief stop at Leaman Place Jct. with the 12pm excursion.
Wilmington and Western's PRR Doodlebug #4662 traverses Bridge 12B on a cool Winter day in March. Below is the Red Clay Creek which winds it's way south into the Christiana River before eventually... (more)
Wilmington & Western's Pennsylvania Railroad doodlebug No. 4662 pauses at the railroad's Greenbank station. The station was originally located in Kennedyville, Md., and has its original sign mount... (more)
Wilmington & Western's ex-Pennsylvania Railroad doodlebug pauses at the abandoned National Vulcanized Fiber plant in Yorklyn during a night charter by the Wilmington Chapter NRHS. The trip was run... (more)
What were the latest pieces moved as of early April 2013, Frisco 2-10-0 #1625 and Dallas Union Terminal 0-6-0 #7 had been successfully unloaded from their flat cars and were on the new RIP track b... (more)
Ex PRR 4662 takes passengers from the Hockessin arts festival on a ride through the historic Red Clay Valley. 4662 is seen running through Ashland on it final run of the day.
A rear view of the recently repainted Doodlebug splitting the pair of semaphores in the static display at Belen, NM on 1/7/14.
PRR #4666, a JG Brill OEG 350 Diesel-electric Doodlebug sits patiently at the Black River and Western awaiting her return to glory. The unit once ran at the New Hope and Ivyland in the early 70's... (more)
Seen here is PRR 4662 on the historic "S" Trestle located in Yorklyn, DE. The original wooden trestle was rebuilt in 2007 after the floods of Tropical Storm Henry washed it away.
The Doodlebug at The Museum of the American Railroad. And this bug still runs.
The Museum of the American Railroad new location in Frisco has the Doodlebug parked for perfect morning roster photo.
SRS 148 waits for its next call to duty.
The Museum of the American Railroads former ATSF Doodlebug sits at the interchange along the Dallas Garland and Northeastern awaiting a pick-up by the Fort Worth and Western.