A Lock Haven Borough sponsored Bellefonte Cruise Excursion begins the trek back to Lock Haven.
NBR-4 approaches Belle to finish up the run to Sunnyside Yard after making a stone cold run up the valley in the wake of Snowstorm Stella.
Heading BackDespite already having blown the railhead clear of accumulation on the westbound trip (south, really), the NBER's thrice-weekly train continues to leave a white streak i... (more)
With a coat of paint less than an hour old, ONW 1510 ACL inspired paint scheme glows a brilliant purple.
The Bellefonte Historical Railroad Society's annual Fall Foliage excursion to Sayers Dam has just left the station in downtown Bellefonte and is ambling past the historic Gamble Mill. This is the... (more)
D-L's deadline is always changing and always interesting. Leading the line is a GP8. Delivered new to the Delaware Lackawanna & Western as #959 as a GP7. Then Erie Lackawanna 1278.
It made it to... (more)
PREX GP8 #800 along with PREX GP20 #2017, sit at their headquarters in New Albany, MS. Awaiting their next move
PREX GP8 #805 (former Illinois Central) sits on the Redmont & Red Bay Railway in Red Bay, AL. Awaiting its next assignment
Still Frosty Stella may have passed the previous day, but light snow kept falling. Amtrak's Pennsylvanian looked a bit frigid as it made its bump-and-run stop at Tyrone while North ... (more)
The Nittany & Bald Eagle arrives at Tyrone and will swap cars with NS.
On the WallNBER 1603 leads its way on to Washington Avenue in Tyrone. This branch-turned-shortline began life as the PRR-backed Bald Eagle Valley Railroad and features this unique s... (more)
The Nittany & Bald Eagle railroad's road switcher idles in the yard as Amtrak's eastbound "Pennsylvanian" (#42) slows to make what was about a 10 second stop at the platform in Tyrone.
They're Coming Offa the Wall! Nittany & Bald Eagle 1603 and North Shore 2012 work their charge off 'the wall' on to Washington Avenue in Tyrone, PA on the former PRR Bald Eagle Bran... (more)