The Western Maryland Spring Grove switcher passes the freight house as it drills the P.H. Glatfelter paper mill in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. Anybody who has been to a paper mill town knows the o... (more)
An eastbound Yorkrail freight meets a MA&PA SW9 at the Gladfelter Paper Mill.
Two Ex Seaboard Coast Line GP16s (before they were painted in that Genessee and Wyoming paint scheme) are the motive power for this Yorkrail train. The train is westbound at Spring Grove, PA, 12 m... (more)
P. H. Glatfelter Co. SW1200 98 works at the company's paper mill in Spring Cove, Pennsylvania. Proudly flying an American flag, and displaying decals on the cab side for Penn State's Nittany Lions... (more)
Switching out loads for empties at the Spring Grove papermill, NS' Reading heritage EMD SD70ACe observes a slow order through the semi-street running trackage through the paper mill.
The Reading heritage unit pulls another cut of coal cars to off-load at the paper mill's power plant in Spring Grove.
The Reading unit works the paper mill in Spring Grove pictured here heading for another cut of coal cars.
The Reading unit looks like a steam engine as the GEVO behind it puts up some smoke while pulling a cut of coal cars on a slight grade.
The NS Reading heritage unit pauses while shifting coal loads for a paper mill in spring Grove.
YorkRail 1600 heading for the CSX interchange at Porters approaches Spring Grove, PA. In a few minutes it will be switching the Glatfelter Pulp Mill, its largest customer.
Yorkrail switcher still in Maryland and Pennsylvania paint scheme rests over the holiday break at the Glatfelter paper mill.
One of a trio of 80MACs working the Glatfelter paper mill retrieves another cut of coal cars for dumping at the mill.
One of a trio of 80MACs working the Glatfelter paper mill heads north to retrieve another cut of coal cars for dumping at the mill.
The York Railway heads to the CSX interchange after switching the paper mill in Spring Griove.
Yorkrail RJ-2 passes through the Glatfelter Paper mill at Spring Grove, PA on a snowy March morning. The mill dates back to 1864, and is a major provider of paper for books.