NS slug 611 and master 4651 heads out of Rose Yard with the local train C42 for Lewistown and Mifflin. The RP-M4C was built from GP50 NS/SOU 7014
A one of a kind switch engine shoves a cut of cars in Rose Yard. This rebuilt is rated at 2100 horsepower and has an extra big cooling system.
A pair of NS Geeps prepare to head back into the Rose Yard.
Its work done for the night, a former Southern MP15DC sits silent in Rose Yard as a westbound empty hopper train glides under the lights and into the yard.
A pair of rebuilt GP50's sit with what will be the next morning's C42 local, while to the right is a sea of locomotives. The 6304 is at the end of seven helper sets, while further right are the li... (more)
Green Machine. Battery powered NS 999, classed BP4, goes to work for the first time in Rose Yard in Altoona. The unit was built using the frame of former NS GP38 2911, ex CR 7732, ne... (more)
A sea of brown and white occupies a good portion of the yard in Altoona. Soon these hi-cubes will vanish into the history books as have so many of their family members dressed in blue.
Built in September of 1977 as Conrail 6436, NS 3374 is one of the more spartan SD40-2's in the Johnstown/Altoona helper pool, having not yet had A/C added, and wearing a mostly black version of th... (more)