Look what I brought from Altoona!
The conductor prepares to climb off of brand new Conrail C40-8W 6064 as it approaches the eastbound receiving yard throat to Enola Pennsylvania. T... (more)
Heading for Cuesta GradeAmtrak train #14, the northbound (westbound in Southern Pacific's timetable) Coast Starlight, departs San Luis Obispo, California, on July 1, 1976 (Am... (more)
PWRZ 3906 sits in Willimantic after getting a fresh coat of G&W paint in St. Albans, VT. 3906 is the first P&W unit to get the orange dip.
In what will be the last move to VC Summers of the Schnabel Car, NS 052 takes 1 final Steam Generator Vessel up to the plant to be installed.
A BNSF Burlington Route Heritage Covered Hopper sits in the rail yard at the Port of Albany on an inbound loaded grain train.
The car came in on the rear of CSX G053-19
TAG 80 on the point of the TVRM Chickamauga Turn.
Standard gauge cogwheel railcar BDeh 3/6 25 on the way from Rorschach Hafen to Heiden.
Conrail train SENS (Selkirk Yard to NS Hagerstown, MD) is seen heading west at Emmaus Junction, PA. Leading is an EMD SD50 renumbered to PRR 5459 in preparation for the upcoming Conrail split.
St. Paul Union Depot GE center cab no. 441 shuffles Burlington's Silver Express baggage car on the east leads to St. Paul Union Depot on a sunny April 1970 morning. This was during the brief perio... (more)
Water for My HorsesIt is Independence Day Eve (is that a thing?) 1974 and Amtrak's southbound (eastbound, in Southern Pacific vernacular) Coast Starlight, train #11, makes it... (more)
Dusk falls over Chester, SC, with the L&C power sitting in the yard.
Adam Farence Photo
GP 10’s and U23B’s were common yard power at Conrail’s Enola yard. Seeing them paired with each other was a little more unusual.