On an autumn early evening CR 5577 and 5583 have 143 cars in tow (with helpers) as the train passes beneath the 2407 signal bridge coming out of Scotch Run curve on its way up the mountain.
Now-abolished NS 24V with a pair of SD60 type locomotives. Behind the widecab leader, still in Conrail paint, is NS 6709 (a standard cab SD60). The leader formerly was CR 5646 and the trailing uni... (more)
A pair of unpainted Conrail SD60Is sits with an EMD Leasing unit awaiting movement on the IHB. Tom Golden photo.
A heavy snow squall blankets Limestone, New York as a trio of SD60I's lead the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's SIRI south, splitting a pair of signal masts that once held B&O CPL signals.
The Terminal's duo of SD60Is head light east across the bridge in Venice. These two former CSX units are the Terminal's first widecab units.
For a short period of time ML-401 was the train to get on the Susquehanna. It was frequently detoured over the NYS&W in the months following the Conrail split. This gave some relief to CS... (more)
After dropping their train of stone cars on the siding, the Buffalo & Pittsburgh X-STONE train pulls back through the CPL guarded control point in Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania. The two freshly paint... (more)
Late season snow blankets the Pennsylvania mountains as a trio of SD60's lead Buffalo & Pittsburgh SIRI as it climbs the grade at Droney Curve in Gifford, Pennsylvania.