One of the many intermodals that traverse this section of railroad is seen here crossing Rockville Bridge, which offers a nice view of the trailing BNSF unit in fakebonnet scheme.
The DPUs of the eastbound oil train are shoving hard as the train crosses Rockville Bridge and heads towards Harrisburg.
Eastbound grain move 44T is trundling over the Susquehanna River with a mixture of NS and CP power. Fourth out is a newly painted SD60 that once sported Soo candy apple red.
A westbound stack train crosses the Susquehanna River on an unusually comfortable August afternoon.
"New ACe's on the Rockville"
Two NS EMDs lead a mixed freight east across the Susquehanna River.
With the Supermoon rising over the Susquehanna River an eastbound intermodal hustles over the famed Rockville Bridge.
On a beautiful Summer day the NS 747 with the Reading NS 1067 and Central New Jersey NS 1071 heritage units race across the famed Rockville Bridge to the delight of photographers at waters edge.
"5 EMDs & 2 GEs Out of Enola"
As seen from above, Norfolk Southern train 11J rolls across the massive Rockville Bridge bringing empty autoracks out of New Jersey.
"Which Engine Doesn't Belong?"
"Coming Out of Enola"
"Kicking Off the Weekend"