Conrail 6831 brings a freight thru Cresson, PA in June of 1992 as coal/helper power looks on.
An eastbound Rio Grande manifest clears one of the two tunnels built to bypass the mudslide at Thistle, Utah, which is hidden behind the mountain that now hosts the tunnels. At the extreme left, f... (more)
A westbound Rio Grande freight drifts downgrade after clearing one of the two newest tunnels on the system. The twin tunnels in the distance were cut into that mountain after the disastrous Thist... (more)
Running elephant style, a Rio Grande SD50 and two SD40T-2’s lead an eastbound freight onto the post-1983 alignment of the main line near Thistle, Utah. A huge mudslide and subsequent flooding wipe... (more)
A Conrail manifest crosses over mains at Chesterton/Porter, Indiana. If I recall right the train was crossing over to exit onto the Indiana Harbor Belt line, which in addition to heading to IHB ya... (more)
A Rio Grande coal train climbs the Palmer Divide approaching Palmer Lake, Colorado, on a sunny and warm February 24, 1986. The train is led by three EMD SD50s, and is helped by a SD40T-2/SD50 help... (more)
After taking to SC-Dispatcher out of Nashville on where to take this train to CSX W031-30 is cruising Shellmound Rd, and the Tennessee River in Haletown, TN (MP J-130.0 Nickajack) the work train i... (more)
An empty autorack west heads to Connellsville with some EMD power.
Conrail EMD SD50 No. 6736 leads a westbound freight through a flurry of lake-effect snowfall at New Carlisle, Indiana, on a cold February 25, 1990.
Conrail train SENS (Selkirk Yard to NS Hagerstown, MD) is seen heading west at Emmaus Junction, PA. Leading is an EMD SD50 renumbered to PRR 5459 in preparation for the upcoming Conrail split.
An autorack with a surprising ex-B&O leader passes the northbound Color Position Light signal, also of B&O origin, on a gorgeous winter day.
PNFF-12 with its duo of SD50s exits the west portal of the Tamaqua Tunnel with a nice coating of snow covering the landscape.
On a warmer Sunday afternoon in March 2017, the friendly Q386 (right) crew waits for their ride after tieing down their "double" 386 as the Q386 (left) flys by on it's way East into C.P. 203 (M.P.... (more)
CSXT 8622 leads 6 other "motors" and a long empty coal drag under I70 and past the absolutes at River.
A very clean 8561 leads a trio of Chessie power kicking up the snow as it hustles an eastbound freight through St. Albans, WV. 8561 was delivered new less than a year prior to this photo.