Delayed by a series of flash flood speed restrictions, Amtrak's Pennsylvanian crawls into the Greensburg station in the pouring rain.
The PRR heritage leads 67T under the 318 signals.
CSX leading on the NS Pittsburgh Line? On this day it became a reality. It is a very rare case for foreign power to lead on the former PRR mainline due to the cab signal restriction. Majori... (more)
NS 22W rolls under the Pennsy position light signals guarding CP RADE near Greensburg, Pennsylvania. The train was being led by Norfolk Southern's Honoring our First Responders SD60E.
NS 1069 Leads I4Z past Greensburg Amtrak Station at 00:37 am.
Amtrak 07T arrives for a short pause in Greensburg Station!
NS 911, the Honoring First Responders Unit, brings NS C91 under the MP 321 signals in Greensburg, PA this afternoon.
Westbound Amtrak Pennsylvanian 43 arrives into Greensburg, PA with 145 leading. Unfortunately, the PRR signals haven't been so well maintained, as the signals appear to be missing a bulb.
Westbound Amtrak Pennsylvanian 43 arrives into Greensburg, PA on track 1, running left handed.
The Position Light Signals change from clear to stop as the highest priority intermodal train, NS 21M rushes by. This particular signal bridge was constructed by Penn Central and features an "... (more)
These Pennsylvania signals glimmer in the sunset showing an approach signal for a train on track two. Though rusty, these signals have stood the test of time, protecting the 321 block of the Pitt... (more)
Amtrak 145 leads the Eastbound Pennsylvanian on a rainy morning.
Amtrak 822 in the 2011 Anniversary Scheme brings the Amtrak Pennsylvanian into Greensburg, PA.
All is peaceful on the darkest day of the year. This turn-of-the-century station is certainly one of the architectural highlights of the city of Greensburg.
Carr's Tunnel is an abandoned railroad tunnel near Greensburg, Pa. It was built in 1856 and was on the original mainline of the Pennsylvania Railroad.