Norfolk Southern intermodal 21J speeds west through Greensburg, Pennsylvania on the Pittsburgh Line. The PRR signals here were mounted to an i-beam style signal bridge.
A pair of SD40E helpers bring up the read of westbound intermodal 21Q as it heads down the west slope, passing under the PRR position light signals mounted on a I-Beam bridge in Greensburg, Pennsy... (more)
Amtrak's Phase III heritage unit leads the eastbound Pennsylvanian as it accelerates out of its station stop in Greensbrug, Pennsylvania, passing under the PRR position light signal bridge at mile... (more)
Amtrak's Phase III heritage unit is on the point of the eastbound Pennsylvanian as it throttles back up to track speed after making an on time station stop in Greensburg. The train is passing unde... (more)
A Norfolk Southern mixed freight with a large cut of ballast hoppers on the front, passes under the now removed MP 318 signals in Greensburg PA.
An NS SD60E and BNSF GEVO leads empty tank train 65E as it passes under the I-Beam style PRR signal bridge in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. These classic position light signals have since been removed... (more)
Before the signal cutovers began on July 28th, the EB Amtrak Pennsylvanian passes uder the MP 321 signals just outside of the Greensburg station.
NS 20R passes the classic PRR signals in Greensburg, Pennsylvania with NS 1032 leading.
Take what you can get. Sometimes, the Pittsburgh Line can absolutely suck. Whenever I seem to fan the line, it really sucks. Knowing the signals will be close to their cutover, I set out during th... (more)
NS 8114, the 'Original Norfolk Southern' heritage unit brings NS 20Q under the MP 318 signal bridge at George's Station Road near Greensburg, PA.
Westbound Empty Autoracks
A recently rebuilt NS SD70ACu brings a short cut of empty autoracks from New Jersey through Greensburg, PA. Normally a significantly longer train, the... (more)
NS ES44AC #8139 leads empty hopper train 593 westbound under the PRR signals at MP 318 on the NS PITL near Greensburg, PA
Westbound MAIL-9X blasts by the station platforms at Greensburg, Pa.
Delayed by a series of flash flood speed restrictions, Amtrak's Pennsylvanian crawls into the Greensburg station in the pouring rain.
The PRR heritage leads 67T under the 318 signals.