There used to be commuter service out of Pittsburgh as far east as Derry, a few miles east of Latrobe. Hence the PRR-era station that is reminiscent of the Philadelphhia Main Line and still embell... (more)
A westbound NS intermodal train 21V passes underneath the PRR position light signal bridge at CP Trobe in Latrobe, Pennsylvania on a summer afternoon. A few weeks later, these signals would be rem... (more)
Coal dust fills the air as a pair of DPU locomotives bring up the rear of eastbound coal train 862, passing under the soon to be removed PRR position light signals at CP TROBE.
A NS loaded coal train passes under the now removed CP TROBE PRR position light signals in Latrobe PA. These signals were taken down the day after this picture was taken, as crews keep working we... (more)
A GE locomotive moves intermodal containers through CP Trobe. The cutover has since taken place and the Pennsy signals have been removed.
A trio of NS GE's speed through CP Trobe with grain train 55K in tow. The PRR position light signals here were removed from service on July 28th and replaced by the new signals seen here ready for... (more)
The end has come for the PRR Signals at CP Trobe. Several small cranes lift the eastbound signals out of the way as the new replacements stand guard
NS 1807 leads a stack train east through Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The PRR signals are on the hit list.
After attending Norfolk Sothern's Operation Awareness and Response Training for First Responders, I took the opportunity to try a night shot of the nicely lit and painted 5642.
Two heritage units in one morning! The Wabash heritage unit brings NS 25T through Latrobe, PA on the first day of October.
With the advent of the SD70ACC rebuild program, standard cab SD70s are about to become a thing of the past. SD70 2573, one of the remaining SD70s, brings NS 65T up the grade into Latrobe, PA.
Amtrak Train 43 lights up and knocks down the PRR Signals at CP Trobe, and a restricting comes up after the train clears the interlocking
Against a brilliant sunset and under the PRR signals at CP-TROBE, 62V flies east with NS 4007 in the lead.
65T heads west through Latrobe with a new AC44C6M rebuild leading a new Tier 4 Gevo.