A four-pack of helpers shove this manifest train up the West Slope of the Allegheny Mountains.
569 splits the PRR-era signals at 258.8 as a small sliver of sunshine shines through on a cold and cloudy October day.
A pair of SD40E helpers shove a unit tank car train past the color poisiton lights at Portage.
What better place to see true mountain railroading than the legendary West Slope? NS 6311 is the rearmost helper on eastbound freight NS 14G. This pair of SD40Es are giving it all they have to kee... (more)
A set of helpers hurries east for their next assignment.
An eastbound train knocks the PRR position signals in Portage with fog.
The helpers on a westbound set of empties pass under Jamestown Road (MP 257.2) approaching Portage, PA.
This Friday the 13th was quite lucky when C90 exited the main line and headed to Sonman Mine amid fall colors and full sun.
A westbound mixed freight approaches the Jamestown Road bridge, from which the photo was taken, near Portage, Pa.
An eastbound coal train rolls along tangent track east of Portage, Pa.
A helper set shoving on the rear of an eastbound splits the PT 258 signals on its way up the West Slope.
A short westbound stack train is about to duck under Jamestown Road in Portage, Pa.
A set of light helpers head east through the MP 258 signals with NS 6327 on the west end.
AMTK 145 swings around the corner at Portage with the Phase III heritage knocking down the position lights.
Eastbound stack train gets a shove up the west slope with the helpers splitting the position lights at Portage.