Loaded military train W857-07, en route to Fort Drum in New York, crawls east on Van Bibber siding, as it prepares for a meet with Q409.
Having just knocked down the signal at West Van Bibber, W054-27, with a Balfour-Beaty under cutter in tow, is east on the single main, with a very nice standard cab EMD leader.
Ringling Brothers funeral train, P923-24, nears the western shore of the Susquehanna River.
Q375, with a pair of old school standard cab EMD units, speeds west at White Marsh.
CSX hotshot intermodal Q032-25, exits the east end of the Susquehanna River bridge, as it passes over NS 38A, stopped on the Port Road below awaiting a signal from Amtrak, for the remainder of it'... (more)
With overcast skies setting the sad mood, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey funeral train, P923-24, rolls west on the Philadelphia Subdivision, crossing the Susquehanna River, as it nears the we... (more)
With a traffic jam ahead at Bayview, L217 holds on track 1 just west of Rossville interlocking, with it's train stretching over the roller coaster grade, and through the interlocking in the distan... (more)
L217 with a clean pair of Citirail units, crosses the Little Gunpowder River, on a gloomy spiring morning.
Q389-22, with a CP duo in charge, crosses the Little Gunpowder River.
Due to a derailment on the regular route, Philly oil empties briefly returned to the B&O routing they regularly used during the height of the oil boom. K145-08 has just knocked down the Bradshaw ... (more)
With the last light of day, loaded rail train W025-18 crawls east towards the Poplar signal passing the BP siding.
Q216 with a lease unit on the point starts across the Susquehanna River as a tug pushes a loaded aggregate barge down river below.
Shortly after sunrise, Q217 with a pair of UP motors speeds west on the Philadelphia Subdivision as it crosses the Little Gunpowder River.
Q296 with a Tier 4 leader, is east on the Philly Sub single main, passing Van Bibber siding.
The track geometry train speeds westbound, through a rain shower, at White Marsh.