There was a reason they called it the Fall Spectacular! This needs to be saved!
Sunny East Broad Top: McMullins Summit. The low-angle autumn sun casts a hard shadow of EBT #15 on the west side of the cut at McMullins Summit as she runs north with the "Shade Gap Picnic... (more)
There is nothing prettier then a WW I era Baldwin. Here you see No. 15, built in February 1914 with 27,600 lbs. tractive effort weighing 150,150 lbs. It is cresting McMullins Summit; it's all down... (more)
East Broad Top 2-8-2 15 has just crested the southbound grade at McMullins Summit (just beyond the bridge in the background) and is beginning the descent into Orbisonia with a mixed freight during... (more)
I'm sure this scene has changed dramatically since the early 1900's but one thing that hasn't are the locomotives and equipment of the East Broad Top!
On a perfect weather weekend, the East Broad Top activated the time machine during it's annual Fall Spectacular. Sadly only No. 15 was under pressure. The days of triple headers are gone. Steam's ... (more)
Steam hissing and rods clanking, a northbound passenger train approaches the summit during the EBT's annual Fall Spectacular.
EBT 15 and passenger train charges up grade before reaching McMullins Summit, the highest point on the East Broad Top north of Rockhill Furnace.
No. 15 crests the hill near McMullins Summit with the southbound 1:00 p.m. train.