Over the River (and Thru the Woods)the Everett Railroad's little 2-6-0 marches over the little Juniata River outside Hollidaysburg. This bridge is burred in the woods, and while we'... (more)
EV 561 works next to the Hollidaysburg depot. The nose logo on the 561 was added on the unit on the 8th.
Everett RR 561. Purchased by NS in late May of 2017, heads east out of Duncansville to begin their day's work.
The Everett Railroad's "Ice Cream Special" heads west across the old bridge with the classic Alco 2-6-0 #11 leading the way.
Traffic JamPA Route 36 is a busy secondary highway, as it is the primary route between Altoona and Roaring Spring. The Everett Railroad crosses it in East Freedom, and every time it... (more)
A Step Back in TimeEverett Railroad 2-6-0 #11 rolls over the Little Juniata River with a short passenger train in tow. This bridge is just remote enough to mask the fact that it is ... (more)
Starting to TurnEverett #11 approaches River Road on one of the two bridges over the Little Juniata River, having just left the former PRR Petersburg Branch. This was the second Pum... (more)
Two Everett geeps work the Appvion mill in Roaring Spring on a dreary, foggy day.
Crossing the Little Juniata River. Just a couple of miles outside Hollidaysburg, the Everett Railroad's 1 PM Santa's Express Train rumbles across the Little Juniata River Bridge en route to... (more)
One minute to go.... It's 12:59 PM and the Everett Railroad's 1 PM Santa's Express is less than 60 seconds from getting the high-ball for the run to Brookes Mill. A couple of straggling ti... (more)
Tying on the power. Like many tourist railroads, the route of the Everett Railroad Santa's Express Trains does not have any turning facilities for the locomotive. Therefore, the trains run... (more)
Headed for Hollidaysburg. After spending Saturday night in the company's Duncansville engine facility, Everett Railroad Locomotive #11 runs east along Broad Street (Rte 22) as she makes the... (more)