A Young Railfan waves to the crew of this Eastbound stack train as it's crew gives a horn show to the people at Horseshoe Curve.
NS 9508 and another Dash 9 sits outside Door 14 at Juanita, while SD70ACe NS 1060 is inside Door 14. NS 7014 sits outside Door 13.
When was the last time that you were at Horseshoe Curve in Altoona, PA? Extensive work has recently been performed to trim back a lot of vegetation that had been blocking a good view of the track... (more)
NS SD40-2 3418 recently had its cab upgraded and is awaiting a date with the paint shop
Seen high above the apex of the world famous Horseshoe Curve, the helpers for 21T shove hard exiting the west leg of the curve keeping the stacks rolling up the east slope of the mountains on the ... (more)
After hiking up the steep slope outside the curve, we had arrived just in time to get 20T rounding the beginning of Horseshoe Curve.
A very handsome locomotive indeed. CR 4128 and 4124 lead symbol OIPI around Scotch Run curve, under the 240.7 signals and approach MP 241 on a little bit of tangent before reaching Horseshoe Curve... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Office Car Special climbs the eastern leg of a recently deforested Horseshoe Curve. With the trees out of the way between the signal boxes, it's possible to get shots using any ... (more)
NS 955 works upgrade approaching Horseshoe Curve at MP 241. The crowd at the curve was huge that day!
A train with a string of open auto rack cars swings thru Horseshoe Curve behind five (not 4) units in 1976.
Two "Pooches" descend the grade at Horseshoe Curve, pulling a Lancaster Chapter NRHS excursion. Twenty-five of these 143-ton cowl-units were built for Amtrak, 1975-76; none survive.
It's a misty night in the heart of the Pennsylvania Railroad as the Broadway Limited makes its station stop in Altoona, Pa.
An older Dash-9 screams up the west slope and around the famous Horse Shoe Curve.
4 units are on the front of a manifest freight train coming by the Altoona Amtrak station.