Allegheny 2102, ex-Reading T-1 2102, with ex-PC SD35 6021 assisting, leads a twenty car Pittsburgh-Altoona round trip excursion train eastbound.
CR 7738 & CR 6389 lead a westbound manifest freight over the curved stone arch bridge crossing the Little Juniata River. In view are two ex-ATSF high cube box cars acquired by Conrail.
The eastbound Broadway Limited travels through the valley of the Little Juniata River in Pennsylvania's autumn splendor.
CR 6428, CR 3673 GP35 (ex-EL 2567), & CR 6266 SD40 (retaining its PC 6266 number) lead this westbound trailer-van train up the grade at Slope. The old overpass at 241/2 Street was still in service... (more)
A crew change takes place at the head end of this OCS while executives are assisted aboard CR 10 on the rear for a run up the Corning Secondary.
The Anthracite Railroads Historical Society 1989 convention excursion with the first run of the groups restored CNJ 56 EMD F3 arrives at Haucks, PA. The excursion ran from Jim Thorpe to Haucks and... (more)
A manifest freight heads west with CR stenciled ex-EL 3680 leading. The loaded PPLX coal train was stopped at CP Gray on the controlled siding.
Two ex-PC SD45s stenciled CR hustle this eastbound manifest freight across the stone arch bridge crossing the Juniata River.
Double-header steam excursion with PRR 7002 & PRR 1223 from Strasburg to Harrisburg uses the wye at Rockville to turn the train for its return trip. This puts the train on Rockville Bridge, waitin... (more)
The eastbound Broadway Limited rounds the curve along the Susquehanna River east of CP Cannon.
Still in its Erie-Lackawanna heritage colors but having received Conrail stenciling, CR 6688 was erroneously listed in Conrail's initial locomotive roster as an SDP45.
eastbound National Limited
The geometry train works east.
Amtrak 43, the westbound "Pennsylvanian", runs Track One this day.
Five assigned geeps in the CR 8040-8064 series lead another empty PPLX hopper train from PP&L's power plant at Strawberry Ridge, PA back to the coal fields. This train has come off the Buffalo Lin... (more)