The East Broad Top Mikes slumber on inside the roundhouse at Rock Hill Furnace, PA. Although no news yet of a revitalization of operations, photo tours are granted for those interested and proceed... (more)
As you approach Orbisonia/Rockhill, Pa. for an EBT Fall Spectacular weekend, faint puffs of steam float above the treetops. Arriving in town, you roll the window down on a crisp fall morning and t... (more)
Inside the roundhouse at Rockhill, the "Easty" slumbers on.
An East Broad Top coal train heads north from Orbisonia. The photo special train features a typical EBT consist of the 1950s -- an LCL boxcar on the head end, coal hoppers (albeit in 1950 there wo... (more)
A pair of East Broad Top narrow gauge Mikados lead an empty hopper train into Orbisonia.
The East Broad Top roundhouse remains a time machine, where six narrow gauge Mikados continue to rest. Three of the six are seen here; one can only wonder when the next call to service will be.
It's a foggy Saturday morning during the 2007 Fall Spectacular as EBT 2-8-2 17 sits in the Rockhill Furnace yard at the head of a freight train. Unfortunately, 17 had been out of service for a few... (more)
EBT #17 and #18 steamed up in 2010 for a Lerro Productions charter. Hopefully each will return to steam by methods other then the recreation as seen.
Cold iron - With fires dropped long ago, EBT #17 and #18 wait on a siding next to the Rockhill Furnance shop complex.
EBT Winter Spectaculars were once an annual event with multiple locomotives and trains operating in weather that could range from just cold to frigid to falling snow and blizzard winds.
Looking down from the the coaling tower, we see #17 preparing the morning photo freight while numerous other railfans look on.
One of EBT's largest mikados, #17, was poised in the yard facing southbound for the 2009 Fall Spectacular.
A very wintry Winter Spectacular
EBT 17 stands guard over the yard at Orby on the eve of the EBT Fall Spectacular.