Everett Railroad Steam #11 speeds across Monastery Road in Hollidaysburg on it's way to Brookes Blvd
In a timeless scene, the conductor and engineer on the Everett Railroads Santa train talk trains to a pair of boys as they get an up close look at the 11.
Everett Railroad 2-6-0 #11 pulling the first "Steam into the Cove" excursion of the 2019 steam season. This excursion takes passengers on the lesser used part of the Everett Railroad bet... (more)
Everett Railroad 2-6-0 #11 pulling the first of two excursions to take place on a cold March 23rd, 2019.
Just Another Day on the JobEngineer Stephen Lane goes about the un-glamorous, but vital, task of oiling about his charge ahead of a day hosting patrons of a DC Chapter NRHS charter ... (more)
Sunrise SilhouetteEverett 11 is silhouetted against the grain silos of Morrison's Cove shortly after sunrise in late fall.
Reservoir - Reflecting on the PastI've shot this bridge and angle a few more times than really necessary over the past few years. I always look for is a calm river condition for the... (more)
The Everett Railroad's Santa Train pulled by EV's Mogul #11 traverses an S curve with a head of steam.
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.
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)