The Lehigh Valley heritage unit rolls out of the tunnel at Gallitzin after just having battled the Allegheny Mountains without the assistance of helpers.
Amtrak 94 emerges from the west portal of Gallitzin tunnel on it's way to the next stop in Johnstown.
10N starts down the Slide in Gallitzin with SD45-2 1703 leading. Today a Safetran Mast signal stands next to the PRR Dwarf signal.
A pair of Norfolk Southern SD40E locomotives exit the west end portal of the Allegheny Tunnel as they provide extra power for a westbound trash train from New Jersey.
A westbound Norfolk Southern intermodal emerges out of the Allegheny Tunnel in Gallitzin, PA with NS 3674 on point. The trailing locomotive is an ex- Burlington Northern SD60M now leased to CBFX. ... (more)
Amtrak's daily westbound Pennsylvanian emerges from the Allegheny Tunnel and into the afternoon sunlight on Norfolk Southern's Pittsburgh Line.
The helpers of 66Z entering Allegheny Tunnel.
Out of the HoleA westbound mixed freight emerges from the Allegheny Tunnel at Gallitzin, PA.
A retired PRR caboose sits on display opposite the Gallitzin Tunnels Museum.
One in and one out. NS 9380 leads a westbound unit slab train out of the tunnel at Gallitzin while the tail end of an eastbound intermodal is about to enter the tunnel.
As a heavy snow continues to blanket Western Pennsylvania, a trio of former Conrail SD60I's on the head end, and a quartet of SD40E's on the rear, take eastbound PPLX loaded man "534" th... (more)
A westbound blasts out of the Allegheny Tunnel in Gallitzin, PA as a light snow falls.
Visitors can replay this scene over and over from the deck or their room windows of the recently reopened Tu... (more)
This Norfolk Southern intermodal train crawls out of the Allegheny Tunnel on the former PRR mainline as it reaches the summit of the Eastern Continental Divide.
NS 11J lights up the signals at 245.5. These are the last signals on the East Slope of the Allegheny Mountains before the Allegheny Tunnel.
NS W9Q emerges from Allegheny Tunnel with an SD70 leading.