Train PT-98 prepares to depart Scranton for its tri-weekly trek across the Poconos to the Norfolk Southern interchange at Slateford Junction, Pa.
Plenty of white for today's PT-98. Two corporate image locomotives are power for the train.
This is as close to street running as you can get in Alpena anymore. Lake State Railway M420W 798 kicks up dust as it pulls along 10th Ave.
Lake States #3571, "For the Gipper", and 974 rest on the fuel pad at N. Bay City yard, after the overnight run south from Alpena, Michigan.
Lake State Railway M420W 3563 in the last patch of sun before the storm rolls in.
The driver of the semi almost tried to beat the train, but with its two full trailers of stone, I highly doubt that I would have won.
M420W 803 is now in a paint scheme that resembles the former CNJ Red Baron scheme.
A trio of M420Ws switch the Pleasantville Branch.
A trio of M420Ws push a healthy cut of freight cars west on the former PRSL Pleasantville Branch.
Three CN MLW's, M-420 3551, C-630m 2036, HR-616 2119, sit in fresh snow on a typical (10F) cold Quebec City winter afternoon. This far north, the sun never gets too high in the sky.
With the 6072's train clear, the switch is thrown and MHWA 642 follows to couple to the rear for the trip to Natural Bridge.
MHWA 642 sits waiting for CSX B77821 to get to Carthage, B778 will take the cars behind back to Watertown.