Reading & Northern YJNR makes a brief trip over the NS Reading Line at CP-Belt bound for Reading Yard to pick up a train of inbounds for home rails.
The North Reading Yard Job/transfer begins their day at North Reading Yard with a pair of switchers for power.
A line of MP15s and one GP38-2 sit awaiting their next assignment in the CSX Niagara Falls yard. An increase in switching traffic has lead CSX to mainly now switch with larger SD40-2s or -3s to ha... (more)
An Amtrak ballast train works through New London.
Conrail’s former Reading lines in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania (now the Reading and Northern) had no significant servicing facilities. With most jobs operating... (more)
An interesting lashup of power consisting of KCS 4365, KCS 2020, KCS 2901 and KCS 2853 at the Deramus Yard diesel shops. Photo taken with permission.
With two MP15’s up front, Conrail local WHRE-10 rolls through Vinemont, Pennsylvania.
Two former Reading MP15’s ply a former Reading branch as they lead Conrail local WHRE-10 down the Reading & Columbia Branch in Montello, Pennsylvania. The MP15’s stayed in the Reading area working... (more)
A collection of yard power including, MP15s, GP40-2s, and GP40-3s sit ready in the engine terminal at CSX's Niagara Falls yard.
At one time it was not uncommon to find a number of MP15AC and MP15DC units working in the North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
Despite its name, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Chicago is a special-purpose state-operated district chartered to operate in Cook County, Illinois, since 1889. The MWRD's main pu... (more)
A five pack of blue URR MP15's leads a coke train out of the plant in Clairton, Pennsylvania.
Sitting in the same spot as it has for several years, 1390 lives the rest of it's life in a scrap yard.
Toting two MOW flats and three boxcars for the nearby Huhtamaki plant, CCET MP15DC 2414 leads the short consist as it tops the grade of Batavia Hill at Summit Road.
After dropping the three boxcars for Huhtamaki back in Batavia, CCET 2414 continues east on the old N&W Peavine with two MOW cars, seen here rolling though Mount Orab.