Three trains at once, on the old Pennsy Mainline. As I following a coal train heading up grade, two westbound trains on tracks 2 & 3 come around the cuvre at the same time with the TOFC pulling a... (more)
One set of helpers will cut-off of the daily slab train at Cresson, while the other set will remain on it until Johnstown.
Two SD40-2's glide downgrade under the signal bridge to the Cresson Engine Terminal.
Canadian National 89 leaves in a cloud of smoke heading up grade back to Strasburg.
A high & wide movement slowly makes it way up grade past Cresson with flatcar loads of CAT equipment. Some of the trees are showing stress from the hot month of August in the background.
Coal trains seem to be the Train of the Day on a slow Tuesday after Labor Day Weekend. In the distance, you can see a set of helpers pushing loads up grade.
Great Western 90 works hard heading up the hill to Carpenters Crossing.
Great Western 90 drifts backward passing the water tower to couple up to tonight's dinner train.
Labor Day Weekend weather was perfect for railfanning on the West Slope as shown in the photogenic town of Lilly.
After making a quick trip to Petersburg and back, the F units are lined to the roundhouse to be serviced before heading out that night to Atlanta.
The crew of K734 returns to Franklin after switching cars in Suffolk, Virginia.
The Pennsylvanian pulls into Johnstown to receive passengers for Altoona Railfest 2007.
The trees along the former Norfolk & Western line have overgrown the telegraph poles on the right-of-way.