A former Conrail-CSX SD80MAC is seen smoking it up through Haysville, PA on the Ft. Wayne Line. The unit will have its engineer side ditch light bulb replaced when it recrews in Conway, Pa.
67X being led by the Reading Heritage Unit under the soon to be gone PRR Signals at 10.8 on the Ft. Wayne Line.
NS OCS #955 is seen deadheading to Chicago at Haysville, PA.
The Jersey Central is leading 21J past the living on borrowed time Pennsy signals at milepost 10.8 on the NS Ft. Wayne Line.
Rutherford, PA bound train 22W is seen passing through Haysville, PA on the Ft. Wayne Line with a newer AC44C6M rebuild in charge.
New Formula Coke: One of two Dash 8.5s roaming the system, NS 8507 leads empty coke train 413 just knocked down the signal at 10.8 en route to Shire Oaks.
An ex-Conrail Dash 8 leads train 21J under the PRR signals at Haysville, PA at milepost 10.8 on the Ft. Wayne Line.
After interchanging with the AVR at Island Yard, westbound C28 splits the signals at Leetsdale on its way back to Conway Yard.
Loaded coke train 420 heads west in the last moments of light through Haysville under the old PRR Position Lights.
Eastbound and Down. Loaded oil cans head east on Norfolk Southerns Fort Wayne Line toward Pittsburgh. NS 66Z black train is set off by the colorful DLW and CNJ heritage units.
11V ducks beneath the intermediate signal bridge at milepost PC10 on the Fort Wayne Line in the small village of Haysville, Pa.
5652 leads a truck-train westbound on the former PRR main.
After completing their work at Island Ave Yard, the C28 local rolls under the signal bridge at PC 10.8 with a rare highhood leading the way.
65R rolls through the small community of Haysville, PA, ducking beneath the intermediate signal bridge at PC10 on the Fort Wayne Line. The MGA and DLW heritage units really go good together.