The East Broad Top 1910 built two stall engine house located in Mount Union, PA. The building received a new roof in 1993 and was made more secure. It is equipped with pits under both tracks and a transverse drop pit. Hidden inside, a relic from EBT's past - 0-6-0 standard gauge steam engine #3, currently unemployed but looking for a job should an operator for the railroad show interest. The tracks were cleared at one time by an organization known as the Mount Union Connecting Railroad which had hopes of operating along the northern part of the original EBT with it's connection to NS.