Motive Power on the East Bay and Westerly Railroad

As twilight falls, the EB&W’s heaviest locomotive, No. 171, an 4-8-0, moves past the sand tower in the East Bay yards.

Two photos of No. 171 at work in daylight hours.

No. 151, a brass 0-4-0 Camelback in action. [Click on images to enlarge them.]

Left: No.151 pulls a Wisconsin Central hopper past a small factory along the route. Right: No 371, an old box cab diesel possibly purchased second-hand from the Jersey, has been assigned to Maintenance of Way duties.

Leaving a tunnel, the boxcab diesel has in tow an old boxcar and a transfer caboose.

East Bay and Westerly Railroad’s Doodlebug pulls into a tiny rural station.

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