You never know what kind of interesting locomotives you will see at the Juniata Shops.
Having seen the F9s on RP.net, I finally see one in person. Next--catch them running. 4271 does look great in the morning sun.
An ex-Southern high hood SD40-2 which suffered from a fire sits at the Juniata Locomotive Shop awaiting repair.
A collection of hoods from various Norfolk Southern locomotives at the Juniata Locomotive Shop.
A pair of former Conrail GP38 hoods await their turn to be mounted back onto their frames of a GP38 converted into a Cabbed Road Slug. Note the stencil "CAB SLUG" applied and circled on the 2954'... (more)
The lineup of locomotives at the Juniata Locomotive Shop this morning consisted of all EMD locomotives.
The second RP14BD goes for a spin on the turntable with the shop switcher and moved between several different tracks at the Juniata Locomotive Shop before finally being placed inside.
An eastbound stack train bypasses Rose Yard on the mainline while NS 62A is tied down in the yard.
Eastbound manifest 36A prepares to depart Rose Yard while a John Deere combine train (62A) and several sets of helpers layover in the yard.
Basking in some sweet afternoon light in Juniata, NS 4271 get a few more minutes of rest before making her first trip as part of the NS OCS.
NS 4271 prepares for her maiden trip over the Middle Division by backing into the shed to pull out the train to go to Croxton. The second B unit was left off for this trip.
A busy afternoon at CP Rose as a helper set cruises east to CP Homer, a pair of switchers work deep in the yard, a westbound slab train awaits clearence out of the yard and a light engine move bac... (more)
A very freshly painted SD70 sits in the early morning sun at Juniata. This unit is so fresh the rear number boards aren't even back in place.
NS 7080 has seen better days as it sits in Juniata awaiting a rebuild
One of the engines that was part of the wreck and ended up in the river