An NS manifest creeps through the West end of Conway as it prepares to back into the yard and perform some switching. 4 more westbounds are stacked behind it and will proceed west as soon as the ... (more)
Now used in yard service this old EMD product, originally built for the NW in June of 1978 is working with 2 RPU6 Slug units to switch Conway Yard.
A veteran SD40-2 leads 7 other units out of Conway yard. There are 2 sets of the newly built RP-M4C Mother and Slug sets on this train.
A Conrail Van train highballs through Conway Yard.
Two big GE's lead their train into Conway Yard.
Conrail 6775 departs out of Conway Yard pulling empty hopper cars and past another train that has empty coal car as well.
An NS welded rail train is photographed at Conway Yard in 2000.
Conrail 6418 switches Conway Yard in August 1996.
A pair of light units slip past busy Conway Yard on the westbound main.
The morning sun shines bright on the ex SOU high-hood as it waits its turn for servicing.
A grouping units is entering Conway Yard after running light from Altoona.
With a massive Steel mill looming out of the morning haze across the Ohio River in the background, Conrail GP38 #7887 is just entering Conway Yard.
In a few minutes, 765 and the exursion train will be back in Conway Yard. Near the upper left hand corner of the photo is junction of Norfolk Southern's line to Mingo Jct.
NS 9482 pulls off the siding at Conway from the engine shops onto the main to pick up a string of freight cars