In one last closing moment while B&P crews run air tests, the Rail Gods shed tears from the sky…maybe tears of sorrow for one final chapter in the history of the Knox & Kane, or maybe tears of joy... (more)
Former Knox and Kane #39 is on rails that it once ran daily while in service with the Johnsonburg, Kane, Warren and Irvine RR, a lesser known Cornell owned railroad. Unfortunately, she will never ... (more)
The southbound K&K train crosses a wooden trestle near Kane. Sadly this scene will never be repeated. The K&K is now abandoned and the ex-WM GP9 has been scrapped.
This 1890s D&H Dining Car is the last of the 4 victims involved in the March 16th, 2008 arson fire that destroyed the engine house that housed this car, GP9 #39, 2-8-2 #58, and 2-8-0 #38. The goo... (more)
Here’s a close up nose shot of Knox and Kane #39 that was involved in the engine house arson fire on March 16th, 2008 that put the nail in the coffin for the Knox and Kane. The good news is that ... (more)
#58 fell victim to arson on March 16, 2008. Personnel have moved all 4 of the involved pieces from the engine house in which the vandal(s) broke into and did their destruction. The engine house ... (more)
#38 fell victim to arson on March 16, 2008. Personnel have moved all 4 of the involved pieces from the engine house in which the vandal(s) broke into and did their destruction. The engine house ... (more)
Kinzua Bridge, one of the oldest and tallest railroad structures in the world, was felled by a tornado. I remember riding over this bridge with my grandparents when I was younger.
A K&K railroad employee makes preparations for the tourist line's departure out of Kane,PA. This unit was an ex- WM GP7.
KKRR #70 ----ex GETY 70, ex NW 2870, ex NKP 870---- idle at the K&K's Kane facility.