From the days of old. NS no longer runs coal traffic through Meadville. Note the Conrail unit behind the leader.
The Meadville Workers. WNYP 426 and 430 typically work the Tuesday-Thursday ME-1 from Meadville to Falconer and back. Today, 424 is switching in the yard before taking cars south to Oil City.
Alco City, U.S.A! There's a banner in Downtown Meadville proclaiming the town as "Tool City, U.S.A.", but mention this northwest Pennsylvania town to any railfan and you'll get the same res... (more)
It's not everyday you come across former PRR equipment. The Pennsy had hundreds of these cars for mail and express service. If anyone has more information on this car, I'll be sure to update the... (more)
Engineer Southwell lands the ME-1 on Track 4 before tying down his Alco on the House Track and calling it a day.
Off of the Meadville Industrial, the ME-1 races by this quaint little farm on the Oil City Branch enroute to Franklin Steel to drop the scrap loads off on the run around to be set in on the trip b... (more)
421 shoves back at the west end to couple on to a string of gons to go to Franklin Steel today.
With the customer spotting the covered hopper with a front-end loader and running it over the derail last week, one of the WNYP crew "Tebows" after they get it back on steel.
Three WNYP Alco's rest outside of the yard office in Meadville.
Three Alco's sit tied down in Meadville yard on a cold and clear December's night. If you look closely you can see the 431 shooting sparks out the stack as it idles away.
After chasing the PRR E8's, my uncle and I went back to the yard in Meadville to see what power had come in on 12M. Note the relatively new SD60Es 6902 and 6901 and the very new SD40E 6339.
The E8's pass through the first crossing on the NS Meadville Line at track speed