Saxton, PA, September 1950.
Saxton, PA, September 1950.
#38 at the railroad's shops in Saxton, PA. By this point, #38 was frequently used as the power on the railroad's daily passenger train. Photographer Unknown; Collection of Keith Burkey
Saxton, PA, September 1950.
Long Siding Yard, Huntingdon, PA.
Long Siding Yard, Huntingdon, PA.
April 1954: After the H&BT closed, #38 was used by Hyman-Michaels, the railroad's dismantler, as power for the scrap train. Here, she rests at the Long Siding Yard alongside cranes 2 and 3. James Lilly, Photograph; Collection of Keith Burkey
Long Siding Yard, Huntingdon, PA.
Huntingdon, PA: April 1954.
Huntingdon, PA: April 1954.
April 1954: #38 sits at the former H&BT depot in Huntingdon, PA while awaiting shipment to her new home at the Rail City Museum in Sandy Pond, NY. James Lilly, Photograph; Collection of Keith Burkey
Huntingdon, PA: April 1954.
Working freight on the Gettysburg.
Working freight on the Gettysburg.
#38 pulls a working mixed freight as part of an NRHS excursion on the Gettysburg. Alan W. Maples, Photograph
Working freight on the Gettysburg.
In the roundhouse at Marienville.
In the roundhouse at Marienville.
September 23, 2006: On the date of the last excursions to operate on the K&K, #38 sits inside of the Marienville enginehouse. Keith Burkey, Photograph
In the roundhouse at Marienville.
#38's Builder's Plate.
#38's Builder's Plate.
September 23, 2006: A closeup of 38's Baldwin builder's plate and the superheater patent. Keith Burkey, Photograph
#38's Builder's Plate.
After the auction.
After the auction.
October 10, 2008: A few hours after being sold at auction to Alan Maples, #38 rests at the K&K yard in Marienville, coupled to ex-Western Maryland GP9 #39. Keith Burkey, Photograph
After the auction.