A smokey night on the EBT. With a little creativity one can imagine that #15 is bringing a passenger train back from Mount Union as #17 waits patiently in the yard with her merchand... (more)
East Broad Top #15 is prepared to be put into the roundhouse.
An evening pan. One of my favorite photos in BW.
Between the fog in the AM and the harsh lighting in the evening, a window of perfect lighting had presented itself for the return trip of EBT's narrow guage M-7 diesel.
And.... ACTION! A railfan gets his dose of Steam during the Railfan Weekend as EBT #15 climbs McMullin's Summit.
East broad Top #15 is prepared for a hard days work of pulling trains for the Fall Spectacular.
East Broad Top #12 (aka Millie ) sits inside the Rockhill Furnace roundhouse.
Ladies at rest. EBT 15 and 14 look at the outside world the night before the Fall Spectacular in which only #15 would run.
While standing ontop of the coal dock I was able to get this unique view of East Broad Top #15 from above.
East Broad Top #15 has coupled to it's train and is preparing to depart the Rockhill Furnace yard.
East Broad Top #15 travels through the s-curve.
East Broad Top #15 charges out of Orbisonia on a foggy Fall morning.
Engineer Tom Holder backs up East Broad Top #15 to a combine before departing Orbisonia.
Although photos from the 40's and 50's are typically B&W, this colorful scene in the yard at EBT may very well recall the view from those who worked and visited the narrow guage RR long ago.
East Broad Top #15 heads southbound towards Orbisonia.