A tardy eastbound Capitol Limited departs Connellsville behind a mixed bag of power including P40DC 824, Heritage engine AMTK 145, and newly repainted 512 in Phase V paint.
K045 heads over a frozen marina on a frigid January afternoon.
After getting fuel and a crew, S368 with an ex SP leader heads out of town east towards Cumberland.
EX Southern Pacific SD40 7336, now HLCX 6341, heads east along the Keystone Sub just east of Confluence.
N70 with SD40-3 GCFX 6072 (Alstom Canada Inc. Transport) heads north on the street running at West Brownsville on the NS Mon Line with coal loads from Emerald Mine.
N70 takes loads north across the bridge at Brownsville heading to Newell with a Alstom Canada Inc. Transport (GCFX) SD40-3 leading two BPRR motors with coal loaded at Emerald Mine on a spectacular... (more)
Double stacks make their way south along the Mon Line, still coming off the OC Bridge. To the right is CSX's Pittsburgh Sub. In between the 2 railroads is route 51/Carson Street.
The Westbound Capitol Limited heads over the Yough River at McKeesport with Amtrak's "Salutes our Veterans" unit leading the way.
E820 heads east on the Pittsburgh Sub on a picture perfect Saturday morning. West End Bridge and the Three Rivers Casino in the background.
Q216 heads east across the Potomac River and next to the bridge shared by the CSX Shenandoah Subdivision and the Appalachian Trail.
A loaded rail train with 3 SD40-2s on the point heads south along the Hagerstown District in fading Autumn light.
CSXT 3046 leads coal east on the Old Main Line past the Point of Rocks station.
A shortened Capitol Limited, the westbound P029, slows down for its station stop at Harpers Ferry on a beautiful Autumn evening. Because of congestion to the west on Norfolk Southern lines, Amtra... (more)
Loaded coal heads east at Harpers Ferry, framed by the trestle that is shared by the CSX Shenandoah Sub and foot traffic for the Appalachian Trail.
Just after the rising sun as casts its warm glow across the valley, autoracks head east through Harpers Ferry.