In the Backwoods of EBT

The bridge at Pogue over the Aughwick Creek was included in the purchase. Hopefully in the near future it will support the weight of the EBT Mikados.

With the recent purchase of a good portion of the East Broad Top by the East Broad Top Foundation, the potential of an awakening of sleeping remnants in the future is promising. This would apply to anything that was included in the purchase. Whatever was not part of the purchase will continue to rest.

Photographs by Edward Ribinskas

Concrete bridge at Aughwick over Aughwick Creek. From this bridge north to Mt. Union was not part of the purchase.

Standard gauge 0-6-0 No. 3 inside engine house at Mt Union has been sleeping since 1956.

The engine house at Mt. Union behind the McDonald’s restaurant.

Narrow gauge hoppers at Mt. Union have been parked since 1956.

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