The East Broad Top Railroad:
No. 14 backing off the turntable in morning light
No. 14 heading for her train
No. 14 poses in front of the Orbisonia shops
No. 15 waiting with a train of open excusion cars
M1 waiting for a run during the 1998 Fall Spectacular
No. 12 leads No. 14 on a Fall Spectacular doubleheader
No. 12, the smallest of the EBT Mikes, backs from the Orbisonia wye to the coal tipple
No. 12 waits for orders at the southern end of the yard
No. 14 nudges No. 12 into the roundhouse in the late afternoon -- a sight rarely seen in the 90s
Another sight rarely seen -- and an impressive one:
Her engineer and fireman blow the remaining steam out of No. 15 after her last run of the season.
The deafening steam shot across the front of the enginehouse for well over a quarter of an hour.
A string of narrow-gauge hoppers sits on a siding by the car shops
At the day's end, her engineer pulls No. 14 to a stop over the inspection pit
No. 17 and No. 15 at rest in their stalls