On a dreary January day in Central Pennsylvania, a short manifest waits for clearance into Enola Yard. The Susquehanna river had been frozen solid under a few inches of ice since around Christmas ... (more)
A westbound Conrail train crosses the Rockville Bridge and heads for Enola yard. Tucked in behind the power is SEPTA FP7A 4372, possibly on its way from Wayne Junction in Philadelphia to its new o... (more)
The winter of 1985 saw an unusually high amount of ice on the Susquehanna River. Here a westbound Conrail train works its way into Enola Yard as it traverses the partially-frozen waterway on the R... (more)
Since the 1960’s, intermodal trains crossing the Susquehanna River on the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Rockville bridge have been a daily sight. Here an early Conrail version rolls west toward Marysvil... (more)
NS intermodal train with duo of Dash 9 power, continue your route by the busy NS Pittsburgh Line after crossing the beautiful and famous Rockville bridge, in Marysville PA.
A westbound tank train rolls over the Rockville bridge while a group of fishermen try their luck in the waters near the west bank of the Susquehanna.
With road traffic on Rt 322 streaking past in the background, the headlights of an eastbound freight illuminate the soon-to-be-replaced CPL’s on the Rockville bridge. A short time later the train’... (more)
First light and fog – the first rays of the rising sun catch a westbound stack train crossing the fog decked Susquehanna river via the Rockville bridge.
NS 1084 with a solid string of tractors on flatcars passes a solid string of autoracks outside the Enola yard limit.
An eastbound auto train crosses the Susquehanna River via the Rockville Bridge.
NS 590 comes up G track with a C6M leading.
Amtrak #145 leads the westbound Pennsylvanian over the Susquehanna
MAIL-9 was one of the hottest trains on Conrail. On this day, a B36-7 is in charge as the train curves off off the Rockville bridge
Aerial photography has opened up seemingly endless new perspectives on our favorite rail locations to enjoy. At the extreme eastern end of the Rockville Bridge in Marysville, Pennsylvania, we catc... (more)