CSX Q290 blasts through the farm fields and vineyards of Northeast, PA on its way to Buffalo, NY.
One of the last remaining "Little Joes" sits near the CSX mainline in Northeast, PA. What kind of tower is in the foreground and where would it have been used?
Even though LSRHS is close for the winter Little Joe's light shines bright. Built down the road at GE plant in Eire. One of only three known to exist from original 20 built. Retired 1983.
Built in November 1950 by Erie General Electric for Pennsylvania Power Company of New Castle, PA. Donated to LSRHS by Ellwood Company in December 2008. Painted in the ENF colors in 2009.
Little Joe standing tall on a cold March afternoon. Built down the road at GE plant in Eire. One of only three known to exist from original 20 built. Retired 1983.
Under The Wires. Though it is no longer in operation, one can imagine this Little Joe waiting for its next assignment under the wires.
WB vantrain passes an EB freight near NorthEast, Pa
Former South Shore Railway Little Joe Bathes in the morning sun along with the dandelion's growing on the LSRHS's lawn.
The eastbound Lake Shore Limited shimmers in the morning sunlight as it passes MP 73. (aka Lake Shore Railway Museum) It's doing track speed on track one just alittle behind scheadule after leavin... (more)
wb manifest heading into the sun on an actual warm day off of lake erie
Eastbound coal train at speed leaves trail of coal dust
From the "Black and Blue" days