A duo of former Southern Pacific GPs (UP 1515 was built as a B&O GP40 before going to SP), lead a hefty 17 car LTS82 back to Altoona. Normally, this train would only have a few cars this far west,... (more)
Two SD40N's and a SD40-2 serve as the helpers for an eastbound coke train. It's always a refreshing sight to see standard cab EMD's out on the main.
A trio of CSX GEVOs haul a loaded phosphate train westward over the Altoona Sub. I'm not sure what the story behind this train is as it's the first phosphate train that I've seen on the Altoona Su... (more)
Norfolk Southern recently announced that they plan to phase out almost all RoadRailers by the end of 2015. Now is the time to get your shots...
A sharp standard cab SD70 hauls 42 trailers up the grade out of Roberts. Both the ZCHEM and ZEMCH run out of the sun if on schedule, making them rare candidates for decent light.
Coke emptys head west to the Roseport Refinery behind a rebuilt SD40-2 and a AC4400CW.
A patched Cotton Belt GP60 leads LTS82 back east with a pair of empty centerbeams and the HLCX 1054 trailing.
A winged 'Big Mac' leads MPRVP across the Altoona Sub.
PRVP's conductor gives an enthusiastic wave from his big SD9043MAC as it rumbles through Roberts.
8,600 horses of EMD lead a short PRVP through the barren, snow covered cornfields.
MSSAL heads east to Altoona with a reactivated SD9043MAC on the point.
An underpowered MALSS heads west with a SD60M and a patched SP GP60 for power. Knapp Hill proved to be too much for the aging EMD duo and they had to double up the hill into Hersey.
A pair of former SP AC4400's bring the MPRVP into the evening sun on a nice September night.
An oddly patched SP C44AC throttles through Baldwin after a meet at Hersey. The trailing SD70M is dead so the 6193 is giving everything its got.
The eastbound roadrailer creeps through downtown Baldwin at 10MPH with a standard cab SD70 leading the way.