East Broad Top Mikado 15 leads a regular Saturday train north out of Orbisonia, Pennsylvania. It’s sad to know the current state of the railroad.
Inside the roundhouse at Rockhill, the "Easty" slumbers on.
Sixty years have passed since this empty narrow gauge hopper last moved. During that time, Mother Nature had begun its process of reclamation. Rails have sunk into the ground and many wheels of ad... (more)
EBT 12 built in December of 1911 was the first Mikado (2-8-2) Baldwin locomotive on the East Broad Top Railroad property, On her maiden voyage up the mountain to Robertsdale, It derailed its lead ... (more)
A look deep inside the East Broad Top Graveyard at Mt. Union. The Kovalchick Salvage Corporation decided not to scrap the railroad and when they bought it in 1956. In 1961, it officially became a ... (more)
A spider's web is cast under a sign advising passing motorists to watch for locomotives. Locomotives that last touched these rails five years ago at the East Broad Top Railroad.
Fog has yet to give way in Huntingdon County's Aughwick Valley in the East Broad Top Railroad Shops in Rockhill, PA.
East Broad Top 15 leads a Robertsdale-bound train through the shop complex at Rockhill (Orbisonia) while Mikado 14 waits patiently on the wye for the train to clear.
A southbound East Broad Top double-header crests the grade at McMullan Summit and begins a downhill run into Orbisonia, Pa.
This JDT 16 ton 200 hp diesel hydraulic switcher built in March of 1969 as serial 6691 by Plymouth Locomotive Works sits in the Car Shop of the East Broad Top in Rockhi... (more)