RailPictures.Net Photo: NBER 4174 Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad EMD GP7 at Unionville, Pennsylvania by Timothy E. Pavlic II
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Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad (more..)
EMD GP7 (more..)
Unionville, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
March 15, 2017
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
NBER 4174 (more..)
NBR-4 (more..)
Timothy E. Pavlic II (more..)
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"The Branch"

The NBER operates the former Bald Eagle Branch of the PRR, or known to some locals simply as "The Branch." Built after a few failed attempts as the Bald Eagle Valley Railroad, it was quickly absorbed by the PRR and became a busy bypass route for trains heading to Lock Haven on the Buffalo Line, with over 40 trains per day at its peak. Today, traffic is limited to 3 NBER trains weekly and the occasional Norfolk Southern train for Strawberry Ridge operated via trackage rights.
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