NS C76 pulls into Conway Yard after cutting off from a train just west of the Yard.
After bringing in a loaded oil train, a trio of northern visitors make their way to the engine service facility.
To the Torch
Three Conrail Alcos, two RSD12’s and an RSD15, stand among the freight cars in Conway Yard. The three Schenectady products are coming from the Altoona dead line, and a... (more)
It's EMD heaven at Conway, PA as mail train No. 21J throttles up after a crew change on track 4 at E. Conway. At the same time, No. 10G is crossing over from tracks 3 to 2 with a load of John Deer... (more)
NS 4045 was leading train 103 to Enola on May 16th. The locomotive was recently released from Norfolk Southern's East End Shops, where it was rebuilt, and had not yet visited the paint booth in Ju... (more)
NS 34N pulls into Conway Yard SD70 2527 leading a CSX unit.
Which Way is Level?
Track on three different gradients is visible in this view looking across the center of Conway Yard. While a GP9 drifts down the westbound hump, a pair of SD38’... (more)
Immediately after its formation, Conrail transferred all six-axle Alco Centuries to Ohio for use in iron ore drag freight service. Of course a lot of that ore was destined for the steel mills in t... (more)
EB intermodel NS 294 comes East through East Conway PA on the Fort Wayne line towards Bethleham, PA.
NS 20T breaks through the morning fog with a fresh crew onboard for the trip over the Pittsburgh Line.
NS SD40E 6353 and SD60I 6737 are seen working a cut of cars at East Conway, PA.
NS train 20A is lead by the Reading Heritage Unit as it departs Conway for a trip across the Pittsburgh Line.
The road crew walks along side their train as they prepare to leave the Conway yard.
An SD40-2 along with two RPU6 slugs work the NS yard at Conway.