Coal train creeping downgrade on Sand Patch grade in amazing color.
NS 203 heads south with some spring color starting to show.
NS 203 heads south among a sea of bluebells.
Fall was pretty late back in 07', was pretty nice to catch some nice color after Thanksgiving.
I snapped this shot from on top of AB2's Ford Explorer, one of those spur of the moment shots that was difficult to replicate.
In one of the most unsung yet constant areas of railroading, D773 pulls a lone car out of the Paramount Feed and Supply Co. Small customers such as this elevator are a dying breed but a flashback... (more)
D773 returns light through the Cumberland Valley countryside after decent snowfall the previous day.
The daily eastbound Amtrak Capitol Limited blasts down the Sand Patch grade.
A CSX local switches Chambersburg Cold Storage under some threatening skies. CCS has been shipping much less (if anything) in the past year.
A loaded coal train heads up the Sand Patch grade at pretty close to peak foliage.
Talk about a perfect fit! At about 9 PM, a bomb train with a caboose crosses the Potomac river.
View of the Cumberland yard at its widest point from a Cessena 414.
After spending 20 minutes cornering these fellas so that they would be in my shot, it finally paid off.
A decent array of power around the turntable in Cumberland.
A very rare move for the Penn Southern to work on a Wednesday but this FRA office car had to be brought to their shops. With fresh snow, they picked this car up from CSX. The Army Depot is parti... (more)