I bought a small set of old black and white railroad photographs back in the 1980's.
This photograph looks like it could be a pre
1900 era photo. The locomotive is a 4-4 -0
standard American type steam locomotive.
Judging by the larger superstructural proportions, box headlight -air brakes -and wooden open platform coach in tow...This photo could have been taken in the late 1890's.
The initials on the locomotive tender H, & B,T M
is for the Huntington,& Broad Top Mountain Railroad wich had operated in the state of Pennsylvania. If anyone has any information on this Railroad, or the late 1800's model 4-4-0
steam locomotive shown here, it would be greatly appreciated here. Thank You.