A PRR switcher sits just inside the new enginehouse. [The roof and front wall of the enginehouse are made of plexiglass so that viewers may see the goings-on inside.]
The sunset reflects off the plexiglass siding of the new enginehouse. The mechanics have been at it since early this morning.
This picture catches a couple mechanics at work in the enginehouse.
Here's a closeup view into the left-end of the new enginehouse.
The new enginehouse.
The PRR switcher sits just inside the new enginehouse.
A closeup to the picture above. [It's fairly easy to see that this was a "bashed" covered bridge kit.]
The old PRR switcher sits alongside the new enginehouse over by the lumber mill and mine. [Plexiglass roof and wall on one side of the enginehouse provides a view into the inner workings. See more pictures from yesterday's work day.]
The PRR switcher sits on the line to the new enginehouse.
See also 1/2/1897 and 1/3/1897.