A very late running 38Q crosses Rockville Bridge headed for Enola. With the Lurgan Branch plugged with trains all day it took this crew all but 12 hrs to go 85 rail miles.
765 backs across the Rockville Bridge in some sweet evening light, heading for it's "parking spot" in Enola Yard
The May 23 deadhead move of the Nickel Plate (Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society) Berkshire 2-8-4 765 is seen rolling out onto Rockville Bridge with the trademark smoke rings that the old Lima... (more)
At twilight, with the Susquehanna reflecting the deep blue evening sky and traffic zipping by on Rt. 22/322, an eastbound NS freight knocks down the signals on the Rockville Bridge.
Eastbound on Rockville Bridge , to go down the NS Lurgan Branch. With NS Heritage engine , Interstate 8105.
In a scene that was unfortunately all too familiar at the time, a PC GP9 shoves a wreck train off Rockville Bridge and into Enola Yard on Nov. 22, 1975.
Unit trash train 65J heads west across the Rockville Bridge with SD80MAC #7205 leading. Note the Conrail blue bleeding through towards the end of the unit.
NS 8392 leads a van train over the Rockville Bridge on a beautiful afternoon in Marysville, PA.
Amtrak's westbound Pennsylvanian meets an eastbound manifest over the impressive Rockville Bridge, on its late afternoon commute from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh.
Rockville Bridge photo stop. Former Canadian Pacific G5 Pacifics 1286 and 1238 lead a Baltimore Chapter NRHS/Red Clay Valley circle trip, Baltimore to Harrisburg. The passengers had a long day, as... (more)
A weathered ex-Pennsy F7 is teamed with an ex-New York Central F7, and will be crossing the Rockville Bridge momentarily. Note the red P variation on the second unit.
62A follows 34A into Enola with a train of brand new John Deere S680 & S680i combines for export.
34A nears Enola as it crosses the Rockville Bridge on a cold saturday morning. In the consist is an RPU6, a slug unit made from an old Alco and supposedly involved in the accident where 1071 was d... (more)
Colorful Penn Central! A GP30 with the red P variation slowly starts its train westward, as another train pulls eastward onto the Rockville Bridge
With Wabash Heritage in the air, many railfans flocked trackside to see this train in some perfect lighting.