The Allentown and Auburn Railroad in the background operates EMC SW1 206, originally owned by the grandiosely named Philadelphia, Bethlehem, and New England Railroad. The “A&A” will open for touri... (more)
Heading East out of Kutztown, 206 pulls its colorful train through a snowy field just outside of town. 206 is quite the rare bird, built in 1939 by EMC as an SW, it is one of only two surviving of... (more)
Allentown & Auburn SW 206 tied down for the night as fireworks are set off by the volunteers in celebration of Fourth of July. Now that's 'Merica!
Returning to Kutztown with the full consist of the "Garden State Ramble", 206 heads for Kohler Road. The local cows are " udderly" unimpressed.
With the first photo runby of the day, 206 rolls past the picnic Grove at Sleepy Hollow.
After the day's photo freight, ALLN 206 trundles across the fields near Kutztown on its way back to the yard.
On the way to the next photo runby location, the Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania's "Garden State Ramble" passes Zimmerman's Farm at the crossing.
In a scene right out of history, a short local freight is spotted on the outskirts of Topton, on its return from Kutztown. In reality, this is a photo freight run for the Friends of the Railroad M... (more)
Returning to Topton after leaving the excursion consist at Kutztown, the current freight roster of the Allentown & Auburn passes "CP SCUM" (affectionately named for the green pond in the foregroun... (more)
Thermal Belt's SW1, No. 1, rests on the siding in Bostic, NC on a chilly night in late February.
The sun has just set behind Bostic, NC as power for the Thermal Belt Railway rests on the siding in town.
After crossing Kohler Road, ALLN 206 ducks into a small cut before continuing to Topton.
Arriving at its destination, ALLN 206 pulls into the Topton yard to run around and take the Pumpkin Patch train back to Kutztown.
Passing through a scenic autumn tree tunnel, ALLN 206 approaches Hinterleiter Road on its way to Topton with a Pumpkin Patch Train.
After arriving back at Kutztown Depot and cutting off from its train, ALLN 206 runs around, passing the former Reider-Fisher Shoe Co. factory.