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
NS 9482 after taking on gasoline pulls onto the main to attach to a string of cars waiting on the main.
If the PRR survived they may have bought ES44ACs.. The PRR painted heritage unit lays over in the Ex PRR Conway Yard awaiting its return to service on unit oil train 64D. Photo taken with permissi... (more)
1114 and and an SW7 comprise an interesting duo on one of Conway's turntable leads.
Amazing to find an unpatched Santa Fe warbonnet in Pennsylvania at this late date.
Conway turntable on Thanksgiving 2008.
In a huge downpour, NS 3819 switches some cars around in Conway Yard. I got very wet...
Alcos and EMDs gathered as far as the eye can see. Looks like an RSD-15 perhaps on the turntable.
Looking west at Conway, an endless sea of freight cars and blue diesels.
2 dying breeds. A former E/L caboose still in Conrail colors and recently retired NS1450 sit in Conway yard.