Power for the East Penn's Quakertown job awaits it's next assignment.
Peaceful night at Quakertown. The restored depot of the Quakertown Train Station Historical Society in Quakertown, PA hosts a variety of community activities, but passenger service on the former R... (more)
After battling the grade back up to Quakertown, QT-28 is shifting out US Cold Storage just north of Town. If you continue up the track's behind me, you eventually reach the end of the of what's le... (more)
It's a dreary Thursday Morning in Quakertown, PA and East Penn Railroad 3153 is just starting it's long day on its service on the Bethlehem Branch, the crew will be on Duty from 8am till 6PM worki... (more)
Possibly the last passenger train to visit Quakertown, Pennsylvania, the Souderton Railroad Days special pauses before returning to Souderton. Most onlookers are at the other end of the tra... (more)
East Penn Railroad has returned from Telford a few hours later and is shoving into US Cold Storage with 3 reefer's to be spotted and loaded with Non Frozen Butter. This is a very unseen view of th... (more)
"Be Sure To Get My Good Side"
As a companion shot to my earlier photo [Photo ID: 564857], this side of East Penn's EPRY 57 (Alco RS-1) has faired better, but still shows what... (more)
While on sort of a pilgrimage to visit the restored Raritan River Rail Road boxcar #100, East Penn's EPRY 57 (Alco RS-1) was parked along the Front Street. It seems to have seen ... (more)
On a frigid winter afternoon, East Penn local QT-05 heads south through Quakertown along the former Reading Bethlehem Branch bound for the Pennsylvania Northeastern interchange in Telford. Power i... (more)
After picking up one loaded lumber car from the interchange in Telford, the local crew prepares to runaround the car before shoving it north to Shelly's Lumber. This view just north of Mill Street... (more)
"I haven't seen one of those here in a while!" It's certainly been close to ten years since a Reading-painted road unit has travelled the North Penn branch. Although this Quakertown family seems i... (more)