This train is coming off the Lycoming Valley Railroad onto NS's Buffalo Line at CP Muncy on its way to Northumberland Yard.
Iron Heritage Festival excursion train crosses Mill Street on it's first trip of the day to Bloomsburg and return. A railroad crossing watchman reinactor protects the crossing.
The faces of a shortline railroad, NSHR 2004 and LVRR 9052 sit patiently as the 2004 with KH25 prepares to leave Newberry Yard.
As Norfolk Southern local H3W's power rests awaiting recrew, the Lycoming Valley train KH37 prepares to head south.
The Muncy Turn passes under the scenic historical bridge near the Lycoming Mall in Muncy, Pa.
Northbound backing up on island after switching CP interchange.
A classic set of crossbucks protects this crossing as the North Shore Special changes crews at Driftwood.
Northbound at Cameron.
Southbound at Bullis Mills.
Shoving back onto the WNY&P.
Wying the train at CP-OLEAN.
Northbound, looking across a field South of Port Allegany.
Southbound at Eldrid. I opted to head down to shoot this train since the Buffalo Line, while a gorgeous line, sees virtually no traffic anymore (1 train per day if you're lucky).
Southbound on the Buffalo Line.
On Oct 8, 1845, the first iron T-rail was rolled out at the Montour Iron Works in Danville Pa. Every year we celebrate that day with our Iron Heritage Festival. The North Shore Railroad operates e... (more)