These individual modules control independent functions of an EMD 38-2 engine and are known as "the brains" to those that work inside the cab.
SB11 is the sensor bypass, RC11 the locomot... (more)
Sixty years have passed since this empty narrow gauge hopper last moved. During that time, Mother Nature had begun its process of reclamation. Rails have sunk into the ground and many wheels of ad... (more)
A spider's web is cast under a sign advising passing motorists to watch for locomotives. Locomotives that last touched these rails five years ago at the East Broad Top Railroad.
Celebrating a birthday on May 29 is 611. It's "birth certificate" adorns the streamliner jacketing on each side of the smoke box.
A close up view of the Fireman's side No. 3 crank pin roller bearing on N&W J Class locomotive 611.
An GE axle generator on a roller bearing on a EMD truck.
Transferred from the Raritan Central and given a fresh coat of paint, the former PRR GP10 shows off it's newest marquee of the Pennsylvania and Southern Railway based at the adjacent business park... (more)
The Baldwin Locomotive Builder's Plate for East Broad Top #15
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"TIME STANDING STILL"
A customer receipt and July 1954 calendar are just a few artifacts just sitting collecting and becoming dust in the shops of the East Broad Top Railroad.
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Coal sits on the floor of the cab of EBT 12 aka "Millie" awaiting its turn to burn inside the firebox during a recent Spring afternoon inside the railroad’s roundhouse.
The builder's plate of ex GN #90 and smokebox shine in the afternoon light as it begins a new life on the Strasburg Railroad. It was purchased by the SRR in 1967 and j... (more)
"ROYAL BLUE LINE"
No. 445 was built by the Pullman Company for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western around 1890. During the Fair of the Iron Horse, the No. 445 was rebuilt to r... (more)
"THE OLE WEAK AND WEARY"
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