Last night the C746 derailed one car in his train and today they are trying to get it back on track.
Former TCCA 735 is sitting in the CSX Lansdale yard en route to its new owner.
Note the unusual style of lettering on the nose.
CSXT GP40-2 2519 in yellow nosed CSX Stealth scheme and GP40-2 4438 in Dark Future scheme sit at Lansdale Station waiting for SEPTA clearance to run down the Stony Creek Branch on its return to So... (more)
Having just set off the outbounds on the Bethlehem Industrial Track, CSX GP38-2 2626 and GP40-2 6062 head back light on the Bethlehem Running Track to Lansdale Yard
The power for the usually nocturnal C746 Transfer run between Philadelphia and Lansdale and return occasionally lays over for the day in Lansdale. Here it sits along with the B738 day power in the... (more)
The other unit is ex-Conrrail GP38-2 2772
It doesn't look like much from this angle, but CSXT 2507 and CN 598140 aren't going anywhere fast. The truck under the locomotive cab and the boxcar truck nearest the engine are off the rails. Un... (more)
CSXT 2507 and CN 598140 sit derailed on the Landale wye track. The unit was back in service, switching the Lansdale area, by the following Wednesday (3/12/03).
A late afternoon southbound crosses 5th Street in Lansdale, PA. A proposal by the borough (presented February 2003) calls for closing this grade crossing and adding a grade crossing to Ninth Stre... (more)
2680 has been a frequent visitor to Lansdale in recent years. Not wanting this loco to be left out of the naming craze, someone dubbed this engine the "Spirit of Lansdale".
2680 rests just north of the steel structure that signifies the northern limit of electrified territory on the former Reading RR Bethlehem Branch. The substaion is to the left of the locomotive.
A weather-worn geep awaits its next assignment in Lansdale.