A unit garbage train passes under the classic PRR signals at Georges Station on the Norfolk Southern Pittsburgh Line during the final weeks of operation for these signals.
Norfolk Southern intermodal 21J heads westbound with an SD70ACU on the point as the train passes under the PRR position light signals at milepost 318 in Georges Station, Pennsylvania.
The Norfolk Southern Lehigh Valley heritage unit is on the point of westbound intermodal 23M as it passes under the PRR signal bridge in its final weeks of service at Georges Station.
The Norfolk Southern OCS passes under the now extinct MP 318 signals in Geroges Station PA. This trip the OCS is headed to St. Louis via the Pittsburgh and Chicago Lines.
Loaded NS trash train 63V passes under the MP 318 signals in Geroges Station PA, in the last few minutes of light on a cool July evening. These classic PRR signals are now removed; as crews work W... (more)
An SD70ACe leads mixed freight on the Pittsburgh line. The Pennsy signals will soon be removed and will only be replaced at the control points.
A brand new DC to AC rebuild shines in the afternoon soon as it leads westbound grain train 51M westbound under the PRR position light signals at milepost 318 on the Pittsburgh Line. These signals... (more)
On a sunny July 27th afternoon, NS train 23M with the LV HU leading passes under the PRR position light signals just outside of Greensburg PA.
Just before 21J rolled through under the 318s with 1071 on the point, one of the Pittsburgh Line's infamous Dash 9s, #9189 powered the head end of 21E west.
With the PTC box erected at the right of the image, the days of the 318 automatic signals at Georges' Station, east of Greensburg are numbered, while countless runs of 21J will continue on.
High Wide 057 led by something other than a dash 9 ducks under the PRR 318 signals at Georges Station.
Empty hoppers find their way west under old PRR signals.
20W climbs the grade outside of Greensburg through the recent snowfall from yesterday.
The newer era of passenger service meets the old signals that once controlled the older era of passenger service.
containers and 80MACs roll under the 318 signals