Shortly after cutting off from the train, 734 momentarily pauses before occupying the pedestrian crossing in front of the station. As has become tradition, the last day of the regular operating se... (more)
A sort of Family portrait on the WK&S as 734 pulls the hourly train back in, 602 and 65 occupy the far siding, and 7258 idles just outside the shop.
The Hawk Mountain Line's 65-tonner passes saddletanker No. 65 as it pulls into Kempton.
Once upon a time, this 1920 Porter was the regular power for excursions on the Wanamaker, Kempton and Southern. In fact, the railroad even built a tender for her so the crew didn't have to work a... (more)
Former Safe Harbor Water and Power Company 0-6-0 Saddle Tanker, now WK&S 65, sits at the WK&S shops. Arriving in 1972, This was the last locomotive to arrive in Kempton by rail. The tracks to the... (more)
This weathering Lehigh New England logo is displayed on the Ex-Military 65 Ton Locomotive is still operating on the WK&S.
soutbound fall folage special at the Steinsille grage crossing
Back when the WK&S ran steam, it was possible to capture their 0-6-0 in a variety of settings with some great "props" such as the old coal loader seen here.
The End to a Great Day of Railroading! The Hawk Mountain Flyer returns home to the Kempton Station after a great day of railroading. This was the first of many more freight charter... (more)