A Norfolk Southern train charges back to West Virginia for more coal.
An unusual sight on Class 1 railroad, two EMD GP38-2 lead a westbound empty hopper on the Pittsburgh Line. Normally empty coal trains do not need a pusher set, but with 4-axle power leading, the ... (more)
This is the 3rd of five trains in a fleet of northbounds on the ex-RF&P mainline. Although Railroad Avenue looks empty, there are at least five or six cameras pointed at this train.
This train would be the fifth northbound in the last 34 minutes.
The Franklin-based switcher has cleared the mainline to allow a CSX empty grain train to pass, before continuing their work in Suffolk.
The silence of a snowy day at Cassandra is regularly interrupted by the parade of trains through the mountains of Pennsylvania.
The rock train winds its way through the City of Franklin to Vulcan Materials. With the reduction in rail traffic, the rock train has sometimes been able to get under way in the daylight hours.
A rare high hood SD40-2 leads the westbound rock train towards Vulcan Materials.
With the switches frozen at Acca Yard, this mixed frieght awaits a new crew to continue its southward journey.
The first of five northbound trains on CSX after a winter storm brought train operations to a temporary stop.
Although a Winter Storm Warning was issued for a possible 6-12 inches, this would be it for the snowfall that weekend as the weather turn into freezing drizzle for this part of Pennsylvania.
A pair of Union Pacific SD70M's leading the Norfolk to Crewe local is a change from the normal NS black & white locomotives.