With a car on each end, the Everett Railroad’s crew departs Claysburg, Pennsylvania
Everett Railroad GE 80-tonner number 4 switches a car in Claysburg, Pennsylvania. In the left background is one of the former DL&W MU cars that would become an excursion coach.
Everett Railroad GE 80-tonner number 4, the only piece of equipment that survived the abandonment of the original Everett line, stands at the operational headquarters of the reborn Everett ay Clay... (more)
The New Everett
The Everett Railroad of today, notable for steam excursions, has nothing in common with the original Everett Railroad, other than the name. Originally, the road ope... (more)
Everett Railroad Co. GP16 heads South with cars for the Brickyard at Sproul and also a customer at the Everett Railroad Shops in Claysburg.
An Everett Railroad Company GP-16 heads back to the mainline after working the McCabe Trucking and Warehouse in Claysburg, Pa. on Tuesday, May 8, 2007.
And yes, there are rails in the grass!
Oh man, what a horn on that thing!