Amtrak's westbound Capitol Limited splits the signals at CP WOOD with an older P40 on the point. May the Forth Be With You!
The PRR heritage unit splits the Pennsy signals at CP WOOD on the Fort Wayne Line.
AMTK 512 leads the 04T through Homewood early on a Sunday morning.
Eastbound 20R approaches Homewood on the Ft. Wayne Line.
NS Heritage 8102! A fitting pair of Pennsy signals and a Pennsy Gevo unite on a chilly, spring evening as the tuscan red is illuminated briefly as it heads West. 8102 was set up fairly quickly i... (more)
A GP35 & GP38-2 shove a coal train up the grade and out of the Beaver River Valley on a bright fall morning.
A "dum-dum" coal train claws it's way up the grade and out of the Beaver River Valley on the CR Fort Wayne Line. The DE units were required on the point as there are mid train slaves, and the DE u... (more)
A Catepiller diesel takes a ride on NS train 18A.
A pair of SD60's shove a loaded coal train west on the Ft. Wayne Line at Mile Post 35. The original PRR milepost is also visible next to the modern metal one.
East meets west near Homewood, PA. Two mixed freights make an early morning meet just east of Homewood.
20Q drops down the hill from CP WOOD. This part of the railroad is a dispatcher's dream when hi-wide trains are out running!