Westbound deadhead move crosses the Beaver River Bridge.
The SD40-2/GP38-2 tandem was music as it struggled to gain track speed at Glenfield with 146 cars for Conway in tow.
Amtrak's westbound Capitol Limited splits the signals at CP WOOD with an older P40 on the point. May the Forth Be With You!
The PRR heritage unit splits the Pennsy signals at CP WOOD on the Fort Wayne Line.
Westbound 21V was the first train to pass after a Herzog train dumped fresh ballast. The short westbound kicks up dust as it passes the signals at MP 8.9.
The PRR heritage engine heads under the signal bridge at MP 8.9 of the Ft. Wayne Line.
The MGA unit goes east under the PRR signals at MP 8.9.
Lady Liberty gets some work done at Conway.
The NYC unit spends the night at Conway.
The CofG heritage unit hangs out by the turntable.
It almost looks like local C45 is under attack as it passes the VFW in New Galilee with its M60 tank and anti-aircraft gun.
Eastbound 18N passes under the signal bridge at MP9 of the Ft. Wayne Line.