H65 heads out of Allentown Yard and towards the Washington Secondary as they come into Bethlehem.
Rows of retired PBNE swichers rust away in Saucon Yard. The Philadelphia Bethlehem & New England Railroad was the wholly owned shortline railroad of Bethlehem Steel. It operated in and around the ... (more)
An EMD 645 trio screams in notch 8 as it powers NS H76 past the historic Bethlehem steel stacks, undoubtedly the most iconic image of this part of Pennsylvania (4/2/21).
Four “Lehigh” Alcos, two Lehigh & Hudson River C420's sandwiching two Lehigh Valley RS11’s, accelerate eastward in the Steel City section of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This location is known locally... (more)
Early Conrail action finds an eastbound train passing the location of JU tower in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The all-Alco power lineup includes two Lehigh & Hudson River C420's
bracketing two Lehi... (more)
Back in the days when "foreign" power was still somewhat common on the Lehigh Line...NS 211 was led by a solid consist of Union Pacific units while passing through CP Bethlehem. The hea... (more)
A six-month-old Conrail C39-8 and an SD50 have arrived at Saucon Creek with a train, and are now waiting by the yard office until an outbound train is ready.
Conrail’s Saucon Drill is working in a sea of Bethlehem Steel coke hoppers in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The second unit is one of thirteen ex-New York Central GP20’s on the roster making an unusual... (more)
For a time in 1979, several Delaware & Hudson GP39-2’s showed up in Conrail service. A few Conrail B23-7’s were spotted on D&H trains, so I believe that these were loans for evaluation, especially... (more)
One of four GP38AC's inherited by Conrail from the Lehigh Valley on 4/1/1976
NS 294 passes through Bethlehem as the sun sets on a November day. It will work the River Yard before resuming its trip to Croxton.
A particularly filthy Delaware & Hudson U33C idles on the service track at Lehigh Valley’s engine terminal in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The big GE was part of a U33C/C628/U30C/C628 lash up.
The now abolished 32A follows the Lehigh River out of Bethlehem as it makes its way to Croxton Yard in New Jersey.
NS H76 crosses the connector bridge between the former Reading Company Allentown Yard and the beginning of the former Lehigh Valley mainline