After working Martinsburg Milling and heading back through the Wye at Martinsburg Jct. 1828 heads North to work Young's Grain Elevator, Smith Transport, and the Appleton Paper Mill.
Here we find the Everett passing Young's Grain Elevator on the ex PRR's Morrison's Cove Secondary. Formerly the Allegheny Southern Railway from Sept. 1982 to the end of 1984 when the Everett Railr... (more)
The Monday Wednesday Friday operations on the Everett Railroad Co. finds freight runs on the ex PRR's Morrison's Cove Secondary which then became the Allegheny Southern Railway from Sept. 1982 to ... (more)
Cargill's Animal Nutrition plant in Martinsburg looms large over a pair of Everett chopnoses as they lead their train towards the wye at Martinsburg Jct.. The train will head into Martinsburg prop... (more)
A blanket of fog hangs over the mountains in the background as a pair of Everett chop noses prepare to depart Hollidaysburg for Roaring Spring and Martinsburg.
The Everett Railroad passes the ex-NS Hollidaysburg shops and the long lines of TTX and RBOX cars.
End of the line for the Everett Railroad company. 1712 runs around a cut of cars to head back up into the brickyard. Sheetz distribution center is on the left and the crossing behind me has been r... (more)
Finally a peak of sun as the crew of 1712 departs the Brickyard and into the tunnel of trees. It's a pretty good hill up into the plant and the engine sounds great shoving loads up in.
Everett Railroad Co. GP16 heads South with cars for the Brickyard at Sproul and also a customer at the Everett Railroad Shops in Claysburg.
This southbound Everett train is running right thru the front yard of these homes in Roaring Springs.
An Everett Railroad Company GP-16 heads back to the mainline after working the McCabe Trucking and Warehouse in Claysburg, Pa. on Tuesday, May 8, 2007.
And yes, there are rails in the grass!
EV GP16 1828 suns itself in the last rays of the day at the railroad's Hollidaysburg office during Columbus Day weekend.
The Everett Railroad's GP-10 707 idles in Holidaysburg.
Despite my best efforts, I still made it back to campus in time for class