Sunset Charge, Part 1. With the shadows getting really long and the sun taking a dive for the treeline to the west, the Huckleberry Railroad's two narrow gauge steamers team up for a quick series of sunset run-bys on the railroad's East Loop. Here, the two engines emerge from the treeline and begin to negotiate the curve. The helper on point is US 152, an inside-frame 10-wheeler, and the road engine is DRGW 464, an outside frame Mikado type. Both started out life at the Baldwin Shops in Philadelphia. The 152 spent its working life in Alaska, while the 464 made its living in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.