New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) R40 no. 4341 is seen at Enola Yard in Enola, PA in April 1969 in the process of being delivered to New York. The sign in the middle window of the car says:
The NS 4130 leads a train along the Yard lead lading into NS Enola Yard. The NS 4130 was originally built as the NS 8918, a C40-9W. In the background a train is departing and a yard job is workin... (more)
Double stacks in Enola? What was going ON?
It was 2020 and the world was weird.
On the Afternoon of October 6th an Enola Yard Job picked a switch at the North End while shoving in resulting in the above mess. Piled up right under I 80, Crews started cleanup work with limited ... (more)
With Conrail EMD SD50 6815.
Penn Central's Enola yard.
The ready track at Enola yard.
The NS 911 takes headroom out of the North end of Enola Yard. The 911 has been on regular Yard assignment in Enola for quite some time now. Some say about a Year. Would be nice to see it back on... (more)
A long NS 21T makes its way out of Harrisburg Intermodal Terminal as it crawls across Rockville Bridge and begins its long trek west to Kansas City.
After being held by the Harrisburg Intermodal Terminal for quite some time due to some moves being made to create space in Enola Yard, NS 19G makes its way across Rockville Bridge in the last few ... (more)
When the Lehigh Valley bought C628’s from Alco in 1965, they were delivered in a striking white, black and red paint scheme and were dubbed “snowbirds” by the local fans. Variants of the sno... (more)