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)
No Monkey BusinessAfter the charter ended, there were two things left to do: put #11 to bed, and offload fireman Nicholas Brightbill's tractor from the flat car. Both would be done ... (more)
Everett Railroad's "Mogul" #11 pulling a combine and a coach crosses the Halter Creek iron Bridge on an late fall afternoon. A Lerro Productions charter.
Everett Railroad's 2-6-0 "Mogul" No. 11 travels southbound over the Halter Creek trestle in East Freedom, PA toward the company yard at Claysburg where the locomotive is stored. While this portio... (more)
On the road to Claysburg. An Everett Railroad Passenger Train led by Locomotive #11 rumbles across the iron bridge over Halter Creek on a run south toward the company yard at Claysburg. T... (more)
Rare Mileage (Or Monkey See, Monkey Do)The Everett Railroad's normal passenger excursions run either to Brooks Mills or Roaring Spring. They never go further south towards Claysburg... (more)
Traffic JamPA Route 36 is a busy secondary highway, as it is the primary route between Altoona and Roaring Spring. The Everett Railroad crosses it in East Freedom, and every time it... (more)
1828 with a load of new railroad ties and two empty covered hoppers from the brickyard in Sproul PA roll North along Old Route 220 just outside of East Freedom PA.