A rare weekend freight move by the Middletown and Hummelstown as the former Western Maryland Alco does the switching duties.
An MIDH freight returns through Middletown from the NS interchange with a single T6 for power.
Passengers enjoy a sundae on the "Sundae Caboose Ride".
Sitting in yard basking in sunlight.
Middletown & Hummelstown S6 No. 151, wearing a mostly Western Maryland paint scheme, rolls down Brown Street past Kuppy's Diner during the railroad's 40th anniversary celebration.
MIDH 2 in front of the former Reading freight house in Middletown during the night photo session for the MIDH 40th Anniversay weekend.
MIDH 1016 at the east end of the MIDH yard during the night photo session for the MIDH 40th Anniversay weekend.
MIDH 151 street running at Kuppy's Diner during nite photo session for 40th Anniversay weekend.
On a gorgeous fall day, Middletown & Hummelstown's ex-CN 'Mogul' #91 crosses the Swatara Creek Bridge with the 12PM train.
The Middletown & Hummelstown (The "Milk & Honey" Line).
Freight service provided since 1976 and passenger excursion service since 1986.
An old SEPTA trolley and a rare Western Maryland Alco S6 sit dormant on the M&H Railroad in Middletown, PA, just down the street from Amtrak's Keystone Line.
An early morning visit to the M&H yard finds the Western Maryland painted S6 parked at the end of street running next to the days excursion train with 65-tonner #2 leading.
The MIDH returning from Conrail interchange, about to do their little bit of street running.
The first ever photo charter featuring the Western Maryland S6, reciently repainted into proper speed-lettering livery, is seen here posing on the bridge crossing Swatara Creek.