“Mud on the Tarz”EBT 2-ton freight truck No. 4, a 1953 Chevrolet 6400, poses in front of the turntable at the Rockhill Furnace shop complex during East Broad Top’s 60th... (more)
East Broad Top 16 rolls across the Long Fill on a hot and sunny August afternoon.
East Broad Top 16 back in revenue service as the return of the East Broad Top Railroad has been a giant success.
The EBT Shop Tour gives you a great opportunity to see different vistas of the storied East Broad Top. Walking between buildings I caught this view of M-4 and felt it was worth recording.
East Broad Top 16 approaches Runk Road as it billows smoke on a cloudy August morning.
East Broad Top 16 leads its passenger train over the Long Fill on a sunny August afternoon.
East Broad Top 16 pulls into the roundhouse at the end of the day.
PLEASE NOTE: This photo was taken on railroad property with permission from the railroad, and the engine crew had prior knowle... (more)
When your narrow gauge modeler friend from Colorado says "hey, we're going to be in State College this week", you burn the PTO and hit the road!
Here the morning run is heading back u... (more)
East Broad Top 16 crosses the bridge over Runk Road on a sunny May afternoon.
EBT 16 hauls a mixed train through the Auchwick Valley during a Dynamo Productions photo charter. A red Pennsylvania Railroad Ford truck travels along Runk Road.
Taken with a Nikon D60.
EBT 16 halts at Odd Fellows during a Dynamo Productions photo charter. With the railroad extending south, this is the first time photographers have enjoyed a scene here during a charter.
East Broad Top 16 works its passenger train up the grade at Enyeart Road on a cloudy October afternoon.
Dave Domitrovich, the Master Mechanic on the East Broad Top, shovels coal into 16's firebox prior to its departure from Rockhill.
East Broad Top 16 leads its passenger train up the grade at Douglas Summit to pick up passengers at Colgate Grove.
The fog was heavy in the valley as the EBT #16 prepares to depart with a northbound (photo) freight train. This was taken on the last morning of a fall Lerro charter.