East Penn Railroad "Perk-13" Job, slowly appears out of the 143 year old Dillinger Tunnel in Upper Milford Township on the Reading Perkiomen Branch with a heavy train in tow and wet rail... (more)
East Penn has been working on upgrading some track around Chadds Ford as seen here as WN14 rolls through, a few minutes before the MOW was on the tracks.
After spending about 30 minutes digging out a couple tank cars at the Rockhill Quarry East Penn QT-19 is shoving back to pick up the Conductor so it head up to Quakertown to finish up it's day.
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to haul loaded hopper cars towards the Tastykake plant and is seen passing the former PRR Station in downtown Oxford
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to switch the Tastykake plant just East of Oxford
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to switch out hoppers to be taken to the Tastykake plant just East of Oxford
East Penn Railroad B30-7 7811, and GP18 1800, at Campbell Hall, New York.
East Penn Railroad has returned from Telford a few hours later and is shoving into US Cold Storage with 3 reefer's to be spotted and loaded with Non Frozen Butter. This is a very unseen view of th... (more)
An East Penn crew is using SW1200 #52 for dumping stone along the Octoraro Branch near Oxford.
East Penn Railroad General Manager Don Craumer and Conductor Rob Bishop pilot #52 along the Octoraro Branch on their way to dump stone just outside Oxford
An East Penn crew is busy loading their side dump car with material to be dumped a few miles down the line
An East Penn crew is busy dumping rock just East of Oxford
East Penn Railroad 5114, still in her original Espee bloody nose paint, leads a train of steel cars Northbound, heading for the steel mill in Coatesville
A pair of former Susquehanna GP18's are switching their train at Avondale Yard