This loco was built by Andrew Barclay in 1919 and is named "Doll". It and is seen on one of the many level crossings on the line, this one is a busy road so flagmen are used to stop the road traff... (more)
WK&S #65 paces along the Hawk Mountain Line on a chilly December afternoon.
Andrew Barclay works # 1641 crosses Appenine Way and heads for Stonehenge with a train from Page's Park. This locomotive is named "Doll"
No. 65 receives some last-minute attention from the engine crew before the return trip to Kempton.
WK&S #65 pulls into Kempton with the last train of the weekend.
Reading 1251 now on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. This locomotive operated in tourist service in the 1960s before becoming a museum display.
WK&S 65 chugs up to the train after switching.
A Porter 0-6-0T sits in the sun while the excursion is out on the line.
WKS 65 passes track crew preparing to work on new switch for shop lead
Ex-Georgia Power 0-6-0 number 97 (former U.S. Army Transportation Corps. number 5050) under steam at the Southeastern Railway Museum's "Railfair 2003."