The boiler of PRR K4s #1361 sits on a flat car inside the roundhouse at the Railroader's Memorial Museum. According the local newspaper (Altoona Mirror), the restoration team is deciding whether ... (more)
NS SD60I #6738 gets pulled onto the turn table in Juniata while SD70M-2 #2738 and SD40-2 #3202 sit in the background.
While resting along side various diesel parts, EMD SD70-2 #2738 and EMD SD40-2 #3202 both await repairs and rebuilding at the Altoona Shops in Juniata.
Penned in at Horse Shoe Curve, Pennsy Pacific no. 1361 observes a Conrail freight descend eastbound around the famous curve. CR caboose 21621 is of New York Central heritage, which just does not f... (more)
UP SD90MAC's 7242 and 7246 at the Altoona Shops waiting to be converted to SD70ACU's.
PRR K4 1361 sits in the roundhouse at the Railroaders Memorial Museum disassembled with various parts laid out all over the restoration area. The tender and boiler are in the background and sever... (more)
NS 1068 (the Erie heritage unit) and NS 4000 (the first AC44C4 rebuild) bring loaded ethanol train 64T east across the Pittsburgh Line. The train passes ALTO Tower in downtown Altoona as it approa... (more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M's 4002 and 4004 pose side by side at Juniata Shop in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk Southern, visit more)
Norfolk Southern AC44C6M number 4002 has been released from the paint shop in Altoona, Pennsylvania, wearing the third edition of the special prototype "Mane" scheme. Originally built by GE as st... (more)
NS 21M departs Rose Yard with an EMD on point.
Originally built by GE as standard-cab D9-40C number 8866, Norfolk Southern 4004 is the latest AC44C6M conversion locomotive to be rebuilt. The "horse mane" paint color variation denote... (more)
NS 3357 sits outside after getting an overhaul and fresh paint
With helpers ahead of the road power and two more on the rear, a 137 car westbound manifest is 21st of 22 trains in four hours at MG, back when it was still a part-time open office. The air lines ... (more)