A pair of 40Es lend a helping hand to this eastbound freight, working upgrade at MP 253.
The rear end of a Fallen Timber train has almost reached its destination, the loadout is just ahead.
591 heads west, passing some late fall color in the quaint town of Lilly.
The last time I photographed this unit, it was still wearing Conrail paint back in 2005!
A set of Ridge power shares the terminal with a set of helpers.
A huge assortment of stored Conrail engines could be found at East Altoona in the late 80's. Most wore faded blue paint, but there were still a few in PC black and even one or two in EL and Readi... (more)
From what I remember, these Alcos were photographed at a mill near the old Erie yard on the north side of Youngstown. I have no idea if they're still there today or not.
Paris, Kentucky - this town must have had the most U Boats per capita in the country!
For years, Conrail had a diverse fleet of EMD switchers - SW7s, SW8s, SW9s, SW900s, NW2s, SW1001s, SW1200s, SW1500s, and MP15s, as well as a few upgraded and modified variants of older EMD switche... (more)
An afternoon piggyback train departs PY and wastes no time accelerating to track speed.
Even though the Pennsy's flag fell more than four decades earlier, there are still countless reminders of the PRR's physical plant, including this sturdy signal bridge with thee position light hea... (more)
One of the more unusual lineups I've photographed - a VO 1000, a caboose, and a slug.
A blue & black helper set gets ready to shove another westbound over the mountain.
I wish I could have seen this helper set of two SD45s in action, but a roster shot of the pair was a decent consolation prize.
Recently acquired from the CV, 3609 is stored on a spur in Gore. One of the (at the time) active W&W RS11s can be seen at right.