The C42 local has just left Rose Yard and is waiting at CP Antis for a signal to follow 20T East. Note the old flyover track in the background.
Norfolk Southern local train CB10 approaches CP-COVE in Altoona, PA where it will take the diverging track onto the Cove Secondary to switch customers.
As the remaining fall colors grasp the trees, C42 heads back for Rose Yard in Altoona, PA with two GP38-2s and a whopping 4 car train.
NS local C42 heads East under the automatic signals at Barree. The signals are next on the list to be replaced as MOW crews work west, replacing the Pennsy era signals with positive train control ... (more)
A pair of NS GP38-2's bring local CB10 out of the yard at Altoona and prepares to diverge on to the Cove Secondary at the Cove Control Point. Locomotives:NS 5643 GP38-2NS 5631 GP38... (more)
NS local C42 heads west on its journey back to Altoona after switching the interchange yard in Lewistown. C42's consist is particularly large today and the geeps are pulling hard to keep the trai... (more)
The Pitcairn Local, C56, backs some bad order hoppers into the yard at Pitcairn. The buildings in the background were once part of the sprawling yard at Pitcairn.
A Snowy Sunday LocalNS CB10 (Altoona to Hollidaysburg turn) makes the last moves to pick up its consist after working the Hollidaysburg Yard. Shortly after this shot, the train woul... (more)
NS yard transfer H5A runs west over the ex PRR high line.
NS geeps haul yard transfer run H5A east over the high line at Franklin Field.
An Enola based extra crew takes an empty rail train down the ex Reading Steelton Industrial Track to interchange it with the Steelton & Highspire RR. The train is shown passing over the ex PRRs St... (more)
Passing FRA 217.
Southbound in extreme blizzard conditions , lt power heading back to Norry yard after working on the Union County Industrial today.
The NS C43 breaks out of the shadows of the trench through West Park in Pittsburgh on its way to the Island Ave. Yard.
Over-under: Three vintage engines struggle to move a heavy load of stone east, while a string of NS coil steel cars sits above. Leader NS 5643 can trace its heritage back to the Penn Central.