Skirting the banks of the Little Juniata River, an eastbound manifest speeds across the former Pennsylvania Railroad Main Line. The narrow, winding valley carved by the Little Juniata presented a... (more)
Four GE widecabs lead train 21M elephant style west through Glenfield, PA.
Today NS 20G had a cab signal leader added in Toledo before continuing East. Often they don't receive one until Cleveland.
A southbound loaded Herzog ballst train slows down for the 25 mph slow order at Shepherdstown.
Eastbound past a sea of soybeans.
Eastbound freight 166 approaches the summit at Ridgecrest. Soon it will be descending through the Old Fort Loops.
An eastbound empty gon train snakes through CP BELL as a westbound 21Q heads toward Conway Yard. All of this is viewed from the massive McKees Rocks Bridge.
En route to Fort Wayne, a short westbound passes a set of once common Nickel Plate signals at the west end of Dawkins siding.
NS 63N, an empty sand train heads under the massive McKees Rocks Bridge and past Alcosan's sewage settling pools.
Mon Line meets Duquesne Incline. Everything came together here; sunny day, wrong way main and obviously an over/under meet between two very different types of railroad.
Westbound in afternoon on track three with BNSF 636 on train still in Santa Fe colors.
63N meets the 21Q at CP BELL as seen from the massive McKees Rocks Bridge.
Westbound train awaits a crew.