The WAG ran through the northern Pennsylvania countryside and while not exactly high-speed, it was still possible to pan the locomotive as it headed for the interchange.
1992 was nearly 20 years ago but this railroad still runs in the streets of Brooklyn as NYNJ Rail. One EMD is assigned to Brooklyn and another at the dock in Jersey City, NJ. Note locomotive is ... (more)
Beaufort & Morehead 75 hauls a string of cars across a trestle and back water bay. [Whitcomb 80 tonner]
Conrail has sent westbound coal empty UBO down the main with a specially painted Olympic paint scheme on the lead unit.
Binghamton was a hub of activity in the early days of stacktrains. NYS&W would bring them west from NJ and the D&H [Guilford] would run them west over the former EL mainline to Buffalo.
Conrail's business train, led by E8 4022 passes a northbound freight headed for Corning NY at Jersey Shore, PA. Note the former NYC station in the distance. Conrail business car #10 brings up th... (more)
Looking west as B&LE F7 #728 approaches the line's only tunnel. Crew was actually switching a coal loading site and needed to work through the tunnel with drags. Photo permission by crew, of cou... (more)
The yard at 30th Street Station was easily photographable from a rooftop parking lot. Simply pay to park you car and watch for action. Note the Penn Central Baldwin RS12 switching cars behind.
Conrail's E44's were the backbone of the electric freight operations. 4465 and 4417 were serviced and ready to take out the next train.
Conrail's early days included locomotive terminals filled with multiple lashups in various paint schemes and locomotive types.
D&H, like many roads, experimented with simpler paint schemes in an attempt to save some money. D&H 2311 was painted in a unique grey scheme which earned this unit the nickname the "grey ghost".
East Coast snow equipment sometimes included ancient equipment such as this rotary. Ex-NYC, who would have guessed it would make Conrail paint?
Westbound NKP 765 rolls beneath the massive Erie concrete coaling tower that once served the Erie Railroad at their Oakland & Susquehanna PA facility. Train was returning home after participating... (more)