Colebrookdale Railroad GP10 running around its train in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
Running around the train, 7236 passes the new ticket booth in the former Boyertown yard, now the railroad's loading area. I'm cautious not to use the term "station" as a larger building ... (more)
As he pulls the cut lever on 7236, the conductor of the Snowflake Special gives the hand signal to the engineer telling him to proceed.
Approaching the crossing of Manatawny Drive, Colebrookdale Railroad's snowflake special passes by the foundations of a stone crusher once served by the Reading, off to the right and mostly obscure... (more)
7236 runs what is perhaps the longest straight section on the windy Colebrookdale Branch. The unincorporated village of Glasgow, which was once the home of a prosperous iron forge, had a station a... (more)
Colebrookdale Railroad's "Snowflake Special" coasts into the platform (out of frame to left) in Pottstown's Memorial Park, the southern terminus of the line and future location of new st... (more)