The eastbound Amtrak Pennsylvanian is operating on schedule, as it rounds the world famous Horseshoe Curve.
NS ES44AC #8112 lugs train 11G westbound up the mountain around track three at Horseshoe Curve, near Altoona, Pennsylvania. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information, visit more)
The Pennsylvanian makes it way around the curve as many have come out early for the Horseshoe Curve Special on Memorial day.
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A loaded ethanol train slowly makes its way down hill
Eastbound! Easily over a hundred folks from all over and all ages made the climb either by stairs or Funicular to witness Norfolk Southern's steam special operated by the FWRHS. This event took ... (more)
NKP #765 rounds the Curve heading East passing an excited crowd whom had only just come to a calm after watching the engine work it's way West just under an hour earlier. One of my favorite shots... (more)
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One of the worlds finest steam locomotives on one of the most famous railroad locations in the world. For this long time steam fan this is a bucket list check off!
The Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Nickel Plate Road 765 rounds the famous Horseshoe Curve with the 17 car Horseshoe Curve Special in tow.
765 makes its way back down the mountain for the final time on the Horseshoe Curve Special.
NKP 765 leads the westbound NS 061 deadhead move around the Horseshoe Curve one last time. Special thanks goes out to Norfolk Southern, the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society, and all the volu... (more)
Westbound ethanol just after 8am
While dozens of other photographers opted to shoot the other side of the curve, four of us enjoyed the view from the east side as NKP 765 rolled back towards Altoona.