Excursion Equipment

Motive Power

Steam Locomotive Number 11

Steam Locomotives

The Everett Railroad rosters two steam locomotives: Alco Cooke 2-6-0 #11, built in 1920, and Baldwin 2-8-0 #38, built in 1927. Number 11 returned to service in 2015 and is our primary motive power for excursion trains. Number 38 is stored and is unavailable for public inspection.

Everett Railroad Excursion Motive Power

Diesel Locomotives

All excursions over the Everett Railroad are powered by one or more of our three EMD diesel locomotives: GP10 707, and GP16s 1712 and 1828. These diesels are used by the Everett Railroad in regular freight service.

Passenger Equipment

Combine 23

Combine 23

This car was built in 1925 by the Pressed Steel Car Company of Pittsburgh, PA for the Bessemer & Lake Erie Railroad. Utilized in passenger service by the Bessemer until the 1950s, it was converted into a diner for business train service and renumbered A-200. It was donated to the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in 1964 and acquired by The Everett Railroad in 2012. Number 23 is undergoing restoration at our Duncansville, PA facilities as time permits. When returned to service, the car will be painted and lettered for the Everett Railroad.

GP16 1712

Coaches 103-105

The backbone of our excursion fleet are three former-Delaware Lackawanna & Western (DL&W) Multiple-Unit (MU) cars that have been converted to coaches. These three cars, numbers 103 through 105, are owned by the Horseshoe Curve Chapter of the National Railway Historic Society in Altoona and are leased by our railroad. Coach 105, the Mountain View, is shown at left.

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