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)
An NS intermodal train crawls west through Anderson, PA to let Amtrak past as the last light remains peeking just above the Pennsylvania hills.
An NS intermodal train, led by an SD60E, runs west through the old Pennsy signals in Anderson, PA on a sunny November afternoon.
An NS mixed freight flies through the countryside of Pennsylvania on a beautiful November afternoon. A Pennsylvania railfan takes advantage of days like these during this time of year when clouds... (more)
The N&W Heritage Unit splits the Anderson signals at MP 172 on the Pittsburgh Line with westbound merchandise train 19G
I am uncertain as to the precise date and location, however this was upon a NRHS excursion from Philadelphia via Sunbury and thence down the Bald Eagle Branch to Tyrone. We toured the West Virgini... (more)
NKP #765 leads both PRR and Conrail NS heritage en route to Altoona, PA. Overall, both Saturday and Sunday, as well as the early part of Monday, were beautiful though some hazy clouds meandered i... (more)
The Nickel Plate Road 765 is about ten minutes out of Lewistown and picking up speed as she leads the Horseshoe Curve Special west to Altoona.
NS 061, with NKP 765 on the point, knocks down Automatic 1721W en route to Altoona. NS 8102 (PRR) and NS 8098 (CR) accompany the 765 for the ride.
What a better one hundredth acceptance than a heavy winter snow squall scene! Here, Amtrak's westbound 'Pennsylvanian' splits the automatic signals outside of Anderson, MP 172, on the NS Middle Di... (more)
20W races through a snow squall at the 172 Automatic Block signals. 2 GEVOS did the honors for this 2300 ton eastbound hotshot.
Amtrak #43 highballs by a farm with a field of harvested corn. The left over stalks made into round bales still remain.
A pair of C40-9W lead westbound intermodal train 23W.
Westbound Herzog stone train is about to pass through the small village of Anderson.