Side view of one of the Export engines entering Enola yard. (Valor da Logstica Interada )
Engine model BB40-9WM
Closeup of Export engines entering Enola yard. (Brazil VLI -Valor da Logstica Interada )
Backing up to get the first cut of cars for his train , NS 11R
is soon to be backing under I 81 With Interstate 8105 ,
Switching Enola Yard , to go down the NS Lurgan Branch.
With NS Heritage engine , Interstate 8105.
Wide view of train entering yard. Notice the words Honoring
our Veterans on the side of engine , a special paint job , only one painted this color.
Entering yard , on B track with Veterans Engine on train with 20 cars.
Entering Enola yard with engine that has the new boxcar logo and loaded coal train.
A set Dash 9s sit at one of the entrances at Enola Yard waiting their next assignment. A string of stored GMTX SD60s can be seen sitting next to the diesel shop.
The I-81 bridge gets a facelift while the tracks below are busy with action. The H14 crew is taking light power to Rutherford Yard.
An interesting set of light power is seen at the west end of Enola Yard. A pair of leased CEFX SD40-2s (7111/3179) bracket an NS "Conrail Quality" SD38 (3805).
Green Goat NS 100 is pulling a cut of cars as various power sits and works in the yard along side.
The eastern end of Enola yard looking pretty busy. The deadline can be seen on the very left hand side of the frame while a set of units shuffle cuts of cars around.
A remote controlled set of GP38-2's build an outbound train at the west end of Enola Yard...
PP&L coal train 538 pulls into Enola Yard on track G with a trio of Conrail Quality SD60I's as the snow and wind begins to pick up...
Enola Yard employs an interesting variety of yard power... a newly rebuilt and repainted Ex-Conrail SW1500 (with a new AC unit) is stuck between two radio equipped high-short hood GP38-2's...