Everett Railroad 11 crosses the Little Juniata River Bridge on the lead of a short mixed train through Central Pennsylvania.
IC 3719, a 2-6-0, undergoes a cosmetic restoration at the Illinois Railway Museum.
Everett Railroad 11 simmers in the early morning sun as its crew get orders at the Martinsburg phone booth.
Everett Railroad 11 rests in the early morning hours at the Roaring Spring station.
Everett Railroad 11 simmers away on the head of a mixed train as its brakeman guides it through the darkness of early morning.
Bath & Hammondsport 11 rests in Hammondsport, New York as its crew enjoys a rest with some tea and coffee.
In reality, Everett Railroad 11 rests in Roaring Spring for a wonderfully staged nigh... (more)
Last opportunity to stop the loose wagons, they were directed to the locomotive shed ( newspaper note).
Everett Railroad 11 leads a short mixed train through the rural farmland of central Pennsylvania.
Side-by-side at The Grove. Stopping her hourly passenger train to pick up a couple of passengers at Groff's Grove, the Strasburg Rail Road's former Canadian National Mogul #89 pulls alongsi... (more)
A Santa special taking kids to meet Santa.
Bringing out the lights: "The Lantern Girl". The Everett Railroad's "Lantern Girl" arrives on the platform to distribute lanterns to the crew of a mixed train powered b... (more)
Long shadows and lovely light. The location adjacent to the Cargill Agricultural Products facility in Martinsburg, PA, proved to be an ideal place to finish our 2021 Historic Transport Pres... (more)
Play ball! The concentration is intense as the participants in a family picnic engage in a little game of baseball on the grounds of Central High School in Martinsburg, PA (MP 21.6). A cre... (more)
Passing Kladder Station. A farm hand taking a break from his chores gives a friendly wave to the crew of an Everett Railroad Locomotive #11 as they haul their mixed train through Kladder St... (more)
Woodburning 2-6-0 # 101 of the F.C. C.A.Lopez, built 1910 by North British, is shunting cars just loaded with soybeans for export in the yard of Encarnaciòn. This was still daily business in one ... (more)