A former Erie Lackawanna SD45-2 breaks from the usual routine of working yard and transfer jobs for Conrail Shared Assets as it leads this eastbound road train. NS 1701 is ex-CR 6655, EL 3670.
An oldie but a goodie leads this Eastbound mixed freight as it begins it's decent down the East Slope and in to Altoona. NS 1701 was orginally built for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad in the mid-197... (more)
18G heads East today with its usual all Norfolk Southern consist. The best part of this lashup was the 2103 an SW1001 which was the third unit.
18G is minutes out of Conway Yard as it begins its journey east toward Newark, NJ during heavy snowfall.
18G's head end passes 25K's stacks on track #2 in Jeannette.
18G cruises over the partially frozen south branch of the Raritan River at Neshanic Station.
Eastbound on the former Pennsy's Fort Wayne Line, 18N approaches the old bridge at Leet St., a structure that may not still be standing after the new overpass is completed.
A Gevo that has eluded the JBS paint booth rolls thru the signals @ MP328.4.
NS 18G approaching the 13th Street crossing on the Royce Siding. In this tried and true shot, notice the "Ferguson" political poster.
NS 18G waiting on the Royce Siding at Manville.
18G with newer power.
NS 18G passing through Manville Yard heading east on the Lehigh Line while Conrail MA10 drills in the yard.
This was the highlight of the day, 1701 smoking it up with 2 other EMDs. What a sight and sound.....
The vintage houses at upper right have witnessed thousands of trains over the years, everything from PRR steam to NS's latest power.