The track geometry train is westbound on the Port Road at CP-PILOT.
Having just received the signal from Amtrak onto the Northeast Corridor, 66T accelerates east on the siding, as 590 holds on the main in the distance.
64R rolls by the car inspector at Minnick.
64R with the original NS heritage unit on the point, leaves NS trackage for Amtrak's Northeast Corridor.
The Monongahela heritage unit leads 66X, destined for the PBF Energy refinery at Reybold, DE.
Empty oil train 67X, hammers west through the interlocking at CP-PILOT.
64Z, with the Southern heritage unit leading, rolls slowly eastbound by the car inspector for a final inspection before going onto Amtrak at CP-PERRY.
36A passes the car inspector at Minnick, who will inspect the train for defects, before entering Amtrak, 2 miles ahead, at CP PERRY.
Fall colors are at their peak as 24M rolls east on the Port Road by the car inspector at Minnick, who inspects all eastbound trains before they leave NS rails for Amtrak at CP-PERRY.
Operating as a distributed power unit, the Reading heritage unit brings up the rear of empty oil train 65R, as it returns west to the oil fields of North Dakota.
64X with oil loads for Reybold, DE hammers east on the Port Road through the interlocking at CP-TOME.
Having just received the signal onto Amtrak, 594 proceeds east on the siding through the interlocking at CP-PERRY, preparing to enter the south leg of the wye onto Amtrak, for the final leg of it'... (more)
64R slows to a stop on the siding at CP-PERRY next to a 590 loaded coal train for Baltimore holding on the main, awaiting a signal onto Amtrak.
64R is east on the main, passing the car inspector at Minnick, with crude oil loads for Reybold, DE.
24M with the Wabash heritage unit on the point leaves NS rails for it's trip south on Amtrak to Baltimore.