PB&NE No.35 has a cut of slag cars in a scene of industrial America. Bethlehem was, of course, a huge generator of inbound and outbound rail traffic. Mills once proliferated in the eastern Pennsyl... (more)
The abandoned hulk of the Bethlehem Steel Mill looms in the background during a night shoot of various locomotives that served the mill, hosted by the National Museum of Industrial History.
Three different gauges are represented in this photo. From left, a narrow gauge Whitcomb, a standard gauge SW9, and a broad gauge electric at right. Thanks to Kermit and crew for lighting and set ... (more)
Former Reading MP15 was the last shot of the night. Thanks to Kermit and crew for their hard work.
PBNE 35 (in a celebratory scheme for the year 2000) poses inside the ancient Bethlehem Steel Mill with some other 'old' equipment on rails up above.
National Museum of Industrial History night shoot.
A pair of remote control center cab narrow gauge switchers are on display for the Buffalo Railroad Days show sponsored by the Western NY Railway Historical Society. These switchers were used to m... (more)