The Reading Heritage Unit has just pulled into Enola Yard with another in the endless procession of oil trains headed for Delaware.
Due to the lack of cab signals and LSL the power from Friday's 400 returns to Enola on A track after turning on the wye at CP Mary on the west end of Rockville Bridge. BNSF SD70MAC 9520 still wear... (more)
38Q pulls into Enola Yard with a couple Union Pacific units leading an NS ES40DC.
NS 64R prepares to depart Enola Yard for the Delaware City Refinery just a few hours away with a good run.
Backing up to get the first cut of cars for his train , NS 11R
is soon to be backing under I 81 With Interstate 8105 ,
Switching Enola Yard , to go down the NS Lurgan Branch.
With NS Heritage engine , Interstate 8105.
A westbound PC manifest makes a double at the west end of Enola Yard on November 22, 1975, led by SD35 No. 6033.
An all standard cab SD70 lashup with 2504 and 2531 enters Enola Yard after coming down the Buffalo Line.
Catching the late evening sun, an Enola yard job switches cars on the north end, under the power of two NS standard cab EMD's.
Heavy-hauler #4311 moves down the service lead as switches are lined in advance. PRR Class I1sa.
Wide view of train entering yard. Notice the words Honoring
our Veterans on the side of engine , a special paint job , only one painted this color.
Entering yard , on B track with Veterans Engine on train with 20 cars.
Closeup entering yard.
Eastbound at mp 73 with Heritage engine in the lead! Wabash 1070.