Abandoned narrow gauge hopper cars belonging to the East Broad Top Railroad sit staged ready for an assignment that never came, left frozen in time. Though abandoned, they are not without ownersh... (more)
An elusive standard gauge tank car sits forlorn among narrow gauge hoppers in the woods of what was once the bustling Mount Union yard of the East Broad Top Railroad.
A long abandoned hopper and a steel box car sit frozen in time, serving as a time capsule preserving a part of Mount Union's past. That is, so long as someone, or some group, remains in a position... (more)
Mother Nature wraps her limbs around a pair of abandoned narrow gauge hoppers at East Broad Top's Mount Union yard in an apparent attempt to reclaim the land.
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... (more)
Hmm... I'll bet if you cut the tree down, counted the number of rings, you'd know roughly how long it's been since the last freight car rolled over these rails.
Stumped? Well, don't get the ... (more)
The sound of couplers colliding together, whistle blasts, air compressors and steam locomotive exhaust chuffs, all but an auditory echo from some 50 years past. Here, a long abandoned hopper and ... (more)
Narrow gauge hopper cars as far as the eye can see... Part of what was once a fleet of roughly 275 hopper cars, close to 100 sit preserving a moment of time that once was - a living time capsule o... (more)
Awaiting a call to service that never came... Part of a fleet of narrow gauge hopper cars that once numbered close to 275 sit pending their fate at EBT's Mount Union yard.
A few hoppers were s... (more)
Dozens of narrow gauge hopper cars sit and rust after being seemingly abandoned for nearly half a century. Note the trees growing through the cars! The Earth reclaims. I've always wanted to get... (more)
A ban on interchanging cars with cast iron wheels leaves these standard guage wooden US Army box cars locked in the old EBT yards just outside of Mt. Union, PA.