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Fall Event 2003
This is one of many antique machines visitors can see in our shop complex. This lathe is believed to be the oldest piece of equipment on the property.
Photo by Lance Myers
Fall Event 2003
The speeder known as the "Flying Devil" is the one usually seen giving rides through the yard. Here it poses while #14 passes by.
Photo by Lance Myers
Autumn 2005
#15 returned to service this year after a four year absence. Here she sits on the turntable before a day's work.
Photo by Lance Myers
Fall Spectacular 2005
Our first doubleheader in several years crests McMullen's summit, near the overhead bridge, at an unusual angle.
Photo by Paolo Roffo
Fall Spectacular 2005
#14 with the passenger train passes one of our many gas-powered motorcars setoff along the line.
Photo by Alan Cupp
Autumn 2005
A small group from the North American Railcar Operator's Association visits. For their last trip of the day, one of our many speeders was brought out and operated with the group. Ours is the last in the line.
Photo by Lance Myers
Jim Gunning Charter 2005
#15 waits at the station with a Shade Gap bound train while #14 is making a run southbound.
Photo by Lance Myers
Jim Gunning Charter 2005
This sign above the door was rehung specially for this occasion. The old post office sign behind the photographer was also brought out and rehung on the station.
Photo by Lance Myers
Jim Gunning Charter 2005
After lunch, #14 and #15 pose with their trains side-by-side.
Photo by Lance Myers
July 2006
#15 simmers just outside the roundhouse before a day's work.
Photo by William Graff
July 2006
With cylinder cocks open #15 backs onto the recently rebuilt and repainted turntable on a summer morning.
Photo by William Graff
July 2006
At Colegate Grove #15 poses while sporting a pair of USA flags in honor of Independence Day.
Photo by Christian Signorelli
August 2006
Motorcar M-3 was brought back to us after an extensive restoration carried out by the Friends of the EBT.
Photo by Frank Shoop Jr.
September 2006
#15's firebox and ashpan are cleaned after a day's work is finished.
Photo by William Graff
October 2006
For the first time ever, EBT speeders took paying passengers to the grove and back over every stretch of operable main train. Our three speeders, plus the Friends of the EBT's "Big Jim" pose at Colegate Grove.
Photo by Lance Myers
October 2006
The Fall Spectacular photo freight train heads northbound along Rt 522 in the morning.
Photo by Lance Myers
October 2006
#15 teamed up with freshly repainted hoppers for this year's photo freight train.
Photo by Paolo Roffo
October 2006
The freight train chugs upgrade past fall colors at the long fill.
Photo by Lance Myers
October 2006
This scene could almost be the 1930's.
Photo by Paolo Roffo
April 2007
There have been many changes in the Rockhill yard since 1956. The EBT shop complex has remained largely unchanged, while the Rockhill Trolley Museum's buildings were built within the wye. The boney pile is also now much smaller.
Photo by Lance Myers
July 2007
Motorcar M-3 is posed next to the 1860's stone house.
Photo by Lance Myers
August 2007
#15's firebox is cleaned after the Appreciation Day Twilight train.
Photo by Lance Myers
August 2007
#15 on the turntable.
Photo by Lance Myers
October 2007
Motorcar M-3 plus a speeder conduct a runby during rare main line mileage. M-3 and speeders operated special trips to Colegate Grove on the Friday before the Fall Spectacular.
Photo by Lance Myers
October 2007
Two replica East Broad Top Transit vehicles visited during the 2007 Fall Spectacular. Here one of them poses with #15.
Photo by Mitch Goldman
August 2008
There was even a small band playing tunes.
Photo by Lance Myers
August 2008
The cannon is fired as the battle rages.
Photo by Joel Salomon
August 2008
The train passes a gathering of civil war soldiers.
Photo by Joel Salomon
October 2008
The speeder know as the Spider is seemingly flying through the yard in this pacing shot. In reality it's only doing about 5 mph.
Photo by Matthew Malkiewicz
October 2008
The Fall Spectacular of 2008 brought with it fantastic fall colors and clear blue skies as seen in this scene at Black's field.
Photo by Nevin Byers
October 2008
The star of the show, 2-8-2 #15.
Photo by Nevin Byers
October 2008
One-of-a-kind gas-electric #M-1 is southbound on the long fill.
Photo by Nevin Byers
October 2008
Colorfull diesel-electric centercab #M-7 pulls the "Shade Gap Picnic Train" as a second section behind #15's train.
Photo by Nevin Byers
October 2008
#M-1 at Enyeart Road crossing.
Photo by Nevin Byers
October 2008
M-3 poses next to #17 during the Fall Spectacular.
Photo by Lance Myers
July 2009
During a Fireworks Special, M-3 is stopped behind a full passenger train enjoying the show.
Photo by Michael Gray
August 2009
Orbisonia Station received a new coat of paint in June.
Photo by Lance Myers
August 2009
Friends of the EBT tour guide Lawrence Biemiller conducts a tour of the 1882 roundhouse where gas-electric M-1 and our six 2-8-2 steam locomotives are stored.
Photo by Lance Myers


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