We're looking out from an open-window coach, as the 614 makes a hard left at Viaduct Junction. It was a rocket-ride up the Potomac Valley that day.
A Clinchfield cacophony of sound near dusk, with 7 units northbound, while waiting for a Challenger that never came.
One of Amtrak's newest stations a-building in Mount Joy, PA. Estimated price tag- $25 million, when complete in Spring 2019.
Both the "Broadway" and the "broad-way" (4-track main) are looking a little rough here in 1979. Lead unit 444 was built for the ACL in 1946 as an E7 and was later upgraded to an E8.
Pan-view of an ex-Penn Central GP40, westbound along US Route 11/15, between Cove and Duncannon. The GP40s and B36-7s were the kings of Conrail's fast intermodals in the 80s.
The "Clinchfield 676" (UP 3985) is deadheading to Kingsport, TN for the 50th running of the Santa Claus Train in 1992. No steam this year for the 76th edition, but country stars Maddie ... (more)
The MARC-RRE Special from Washington, DC to Frostburg, MD is braking to a stop to pick up passengers at the old B&O station in Silver Spring.
A Penn Central Silverliner has just passed over a rural grade crossing about 10 miles west of Lancaster, on its way to Harrisburg.
The 2102 is northbound in the Schuylkill River Valley, passing through the gap in Blue Mountain along the old Reading Railroad mainline.
This ex-EL GP35 looks like it's switching onto a roller coaster track, as it heads east on the old PRR Atglen & Susquehanna, which Conrail was rebuilding with welded rail at the time. No. 3659 wa... (more)
Penn Central GG-1 No. 4930 is leading the eastbound National Limited to its next stop in Lancaster. The 4930 was built by Altoona/GE in June, 1940, as the PRR 4904.
Amtrak-Siemens ICE Train demonstrator, poking its nose out from under the 1887-built trainshed at Harrisburg.
Pan view of two E-44s passing the now-vintage cars in the parking lot of Washington Boro United Methodist Church- back when you could actually see the area called Long Level across the river.
The great Reading T-1 No. 2102 is rounding the big curve on the last lap into Tamaqua.
With its characteristic emulation of the sound of a Boeing 737 at takeoff, the 425 nears the top of the grade out of Tamaqua, hammering the 140-pound jointed rails of the old Reading Railroad.