Y92 soars east over the former PRR Conemaugh Division on the Bow Ridge Bridge at the Tunnelview Historic Site near the Conemaugh River Dam as seen in the background between Saltsburg and Blairsvil... (more)
Since the 1960’s, intermodal trains crossing the Susquehanna River on the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Rockville bridge have been a daily sight. Here an early Conrail version rolls west toward Marysvil... (more)
A 1984-built ex-Missouri Pacific SD50 trundles along Railroad Street in the PA Coal Region town of Cressona. The yard is ex-Reading, and the 5022's paint scheme helps in recalling that storied ol... (more)
Probably the easiest assignment ever for an AEM-7; 2-car Sunday afternoon Keystone Service in the late 1980s. The old Pennsy umbrellas were removed and replaced with high-level platforms in 2009.
Up the Ramp
A clean set of Conrail GP10’s are running up the ramp between the westbound departure yard and the eastbound arrival yard at Enola, Pennsylvania.
The Washington Section of the Broadway Limited is passing through the beautiful farming country west of Lancaster in the summer of 1977. No. 916 was built by Altoona/GE in July, 1942 as the PRR 4... (more)
"MARC Charger Test Train at Folcroft"
Two of MARC's brand new Siemens SC-44 Charger's lead a test train north past SEPTA's Folcroft Station on their way to 30th Street Philadelph... (more)
"MARC Charger Test Train at 30th Street"
Two of MARC's brand new Siemens SC-44 Charger's lead a test train south out of Amtrak's 30th Street Station on their way to back to Washi... (more)
Slowing DownThe B&P's coal haul leaves downtown and heads towards the IUP campus. At this point, the train has slowed down as there's only a couple more miles left on the journey.
Four Rode TogetherA four unit EMD lashup, with its loads of coal stretched clean out of the borough limits, rides into the Philadelphia Street crossing in downtown Indiana, Pennsylv... (more)
It's a Wonderful Town...The Buffalo & Pittsburgh's unit coal train trundles past the former B&O freight station in downtown Indiana, PA. Indiana, like many small towns in west-centr... (more)
Ernest WorkAbout a mile and a half from Creekside, the railroad veers away from PA 110 just southeast of Ernest, PA. From here, the railroad follows a back road into Indiana, PA. Th... (more)
Welcome to CreeksideThe Buffalo & Pittsburgh (a G&W subsidiary) drags a non-interchange unit coal train through Creekside, PA. I'm not entirely sure, but I believe this train is loa... (more)