The Lonely LocalA local freight glides over Sinnemahoning Creek at Keating on the Norfolk Southern Buffalo Line. Built as the Sunbury & Erie Railroad (which hung a left westward at Emporium... (more)
A pair of RJ Corman locos bring a loaded coal train past the rock cut and into Keating where it will be interchanged with NS. Locomotives:RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
A Pennsylvania Railroad dwarf signal guards the siding at Keating where RJ Corman interchanges with Norfolk Southern. I'm glad to have photographed this when I did, as NS is now removing this and ... (more)
An RJ Corman coal train knocks tree branches out of the way as it comes into the Keating Siding. Locomotives:RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
A pair of RJ Corman SD40-2 variants shove two freight cars off the siding at the Keating control point.Locomotives:RJC 3478 SD40-2
RJC 8336 SD40T-2
A pair of RJ Corman EMD's bring a loaded coal train into Keating with a tunnel motor smoking on the point. Locomotives:RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
A pair of RJ Corman locomotives head down to the NS interchange to pick up a train of empty coal cars. Locomotives:
RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
A pair of RJ Corman locomotives bring a loaded coal train into Keating for interchange to NS. Locomotives:RJC 8336 SD40T-2RJC 3478 SD40-2
Two RJ Corman locos and three NS locos haul an empty coal train past the Pennsy Signals at Keating. Locomotives:RJC 3478 SD40-2RJC 8336 SD40T-2NS 2683 SD70M-2NS 9040 C40-9W... (more)
Two RJ Corman locomotives get permission from the NS Southern Tier dispatcher to head down the NS track and pick up an empty coal train. Locomotives: RJC 3478 SD40-2RJC 8336 SD40T-... (more)
The Flaming Foliage Express turns on the wye at Keating.
Coal train from the B&P in Driftwood for Strawberry Ridge crosses the Sinnemahoning at Keating.
Empty coal hoppers are about to be dropped off for RJ Corman to pick up.
Five parked engines with Fall Foilage ablaze.
These 2 SD60I's wear the blue and white proud as they sit on the GW Siding out in the middle of no mans land along the Susquehanna River. Now the only thing missing is the CR number and the Class ... (more)