The East Broad Top Railroad:
No. 14 leading a string of coaches over the Blacklog Creek Bridge.
The business car "Orbisonia" brings up the rear of an afternoon excursion run.
Backing a train up the steep grade at the Colgate Grove wye, as seen from the cupola of an EBT caboose.
You can really hear the Mikes working on this short stretch of track.
A passenger consist gliding to a halt on the other leg of the wye,
as seen from the open door of one of the EBT combines.
The wye offers a good perspective for portraits, such as this of No. 14 on an October afternoon.
The sole overpass on the active portion of the mainline has been the site of countless photographs
(most better than this one).
No. 14 leading a train south on the main in late afternoon light.
No. 17, the largest of the operable Mikes, pulls a Fall Spectacular
freight run onto the Blacklog Creek bridge in 1998.
A string of restored narrow-gauge hopper cars rolls over the girder bridge during the Fall Spectacular.
Beyond the portion of the line used for excursion runs, the mainline is intact, but just barely.
The bridge at Augwick Mills, for instance, has seen better days -- and hasn't seen a train since 1956.