The Cedar Branch & Western started in the 1950's when they bought the Wolf Mountain branch from the Missouri Pacific. The struggling service...
From the old to the new, here are a sampling of the engines that keep the CB&W in business.
#12 is a Proto 2000 undecorated model. It's one of two (the other is #14) P2K switchers.
#12 lumbers accross the trestle and into Millers Cove yard. Fisherman below give a freindly wave.
Switcher #12 eases down the grade on the Breen's Mine branch.
The red switcher moves out of sight behind a MOW office building.
One of the original red switch engines shoves some cars on a spur in Millers Cove
11 Feb 06 - This was my second wish for 2006; A Missouri Pac DS44 1000 switcher. This one is from Stewart Ind.
Now what am I going to do? Get...