First, see photo 98514. After gaining track speed, 6350 h.p. wrapped in steel roars under the beautiful PRR signal bridge at milepost 116. The ex-PRR mainline is 4 tracks wide, some welded and som... (more)
On the long climb out of western Pennsylvania to the Ohio border, heavy trains get helpers. Coming out of Conway yard, this pair of "baby" GP-38-2's have locked couplers with a set of Conrail "Sup... (more)
A gathering of "dinosaurs". Note the red 3rd rail pick-up shoes on the trucks of the 5019. Both are in the down position.
Drifting back to Conway yard after pushing a coal train west. Note the helper link.
This is ex-Lehigh Valley 501, the first U-23-B built for the "Valley".
The final evolution of Conrail paint. White number boards, white reflector stripe on frame sill and Quality logo.
Air-Conditioning, NS style.
Built for the New York Central and now owned by Amtrak, the 267 is awaiting a train from Grand Central.
Ready to shove another cut of cars over the hump.