My brother, David Leonard, snapped East Broad Top's narrow gauge (36-inch) Mikado No. 15 as she staged a photo runby in August 1960, near Orbisonia, Pennsylvania. A 1914 product of Baldwin Locomotive Works, No. 15 remains the mainstay of the East Broad Top tourist operation, appearing in recent YouTube videos. With 48-inch drivers and 19x24-inch cylinders, the 2-8-2 sustains 180 p.s.i. of boiler pressure. She weighs a total of 150,150 pounds and develops 27,600 pounds of tractive effort. Further information about the East Broad Top and its locomotives appears on this unofficial web site.