Only 25 "POOCHes" were built by GE and all were scrapped, but here's two in their heyday heading up a 1978 Lancaster Chapter NRHS fall foliage excursion, westbound at Kittanning Point.
In a beautiful fall autumn environment as are the Allegheny Mountains, NS freight go down to Altoona by the famous Horseshoe Curve, NS Pittsburgh Line, in Altoona PA. Erie Lackawanna SD45-2 No.170... (more)
Second WinterThe first day of spring 2018 was, ironically, met with a rather heavy snowstorm. I sort of imagine the conversation between Nature and the Seasons being much like the '... (more)
Across the ValleyThe Railroader's Memorial Museum cut the trees and brush clear about 2 years back, and what a difference does it make. Prior to deforestation, this view of the tail... (more)
A Bumblebee in the Fog and the RainA westbound autorack train climbs the mountain with a little Reading Company on the head end. The PRR and Reading weren't the best of friends, tho... (more)
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian rounds the Horseshoe Curve.
A trio of 80 MACs in original Conrail colors lead a short, overpowered westbound C47 through Lilliy, Pa. It appears an SD40-2, in Conrail blue, and another pair of 80MACs in NS black bring up the ... (more)
A pair of SD40-2s shove on the rear of NS 610 approaching Cresson, Pa.
In a beautiful fall autumn environment as are the Allegheny Mountains, EMD GP9 No. 7048 building in 1955, owner Pennsylvania Railroad, on display at Horseshoe Curve, NS Pittsburgh Line, in Altoona... (more)
A pair of light helpers, now under PRRX ownership as part of the NS-CSX Conrail purchase, pass brilliant fall foliage immediately west of Lilly, PA.
Westbound trailers approach South Fork, Pa.
NS C47 rolls empties along the South Fork Secondary on a gorgeous fall day.
Westbound stacks roll through the cut approaching Summerhill. Pa.
A trio of cabs bring up the rear of a westbound freight east of Horseshoe Curve (~MP 240).