The Everett Railroad's Santa Train pulled by EV's Mogul #11 passes Kladder. Fill Flash was used to illuminate this night scene at dusk.
The Everett Railroad's thrice-weekly (M-W-F) frieght train switches out the Cargill plant outside Martinsburg. Motive power has been this unabashedly ex-NS GE for about a year now, ... (more)
Everett Railroad SW9 8990 switches covered hoppers in the woods at Sproul, Pennsylvania. The unit started life as New York Central 8990.
The New Everett
The Everett Railroad of today, notable for steam excursions, has nothing in common with the original Everett Railroad, other than the name. Originally, the road ope... (more)
For their annual meeting and convention, the Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society charted a Friday morning run from Hollidaysburg to Roaring Spring on the Everett Railroad. The Eve... (more)
Everett Mogul 11 steams out of Hollidaysburg with a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Everett 11 pulls a small train through the farmland on the Martinsburg Branch for a Lerro Productions photo charter.
Spot the Steam Locomotive...A very tight angle and a location very, very rarely photographed on the Everett Railroad in general is this small park and pond near the end of track in ... (more)
Treat Yourself to the BestBarn painting was once a common means of roadside advertisement, and none were as widespread as the Mail Pouch Tobacco ads. Farmers and property owners wer... (more)
Fastest Place on the RailroadThe grade crossing at Kladder (Monastery Road) is the one place where 11's crew is really allowed to let it rip. A drone pan-- ISO 100 f/2.2 1/1... (more)
No Monkey BusinessAfter the charter ended, there were two things left to do: put #11 to bed, and offload fireman Nicholas Brightbill's tractor from the flat car. Both would be done ... (more)
One of These Things is Not Like the OthersWith the Everett Railroad's freight diesels posed next to her, #11 simmers in the Hollidaysburg passenger depot with a mixed train photo ch... (more)
Everett Railroad 11 rolls through the cornfields of rural Southwestern Pennsylvania as it approaches Martinsburg.
Everett Railroad 11 makes quite the sight as she storms through Downton Roaring Spring, PA.