An eastbound Conrail TV train passes Alto Tower with what was then pretty common power, but would be nice to see today.
There is very little doubt where the serious climb up Washington Hill begins in Pittsfield, MA. The first train of the day, on June 11, 1987, was eastbound Conrail TV6X powered by two C30-7As and... (more)
Unique to Conrail but all too common on the Boston Line, a C30-7A leads an early morning EB intermodal (headed for Boston) out of the short tunnel located a few miles west of the actual MA-NY stat... (more)
The old and the new, at ZAR shops.
BUOI rolls around the big curve just West of the village of Rathbone.
Switching duties at ZAR yard, with C30-7A and SF30C #9326.
Unit 9277 is an ex-Conrail #6563, and the 9326 ex-ATSF #8727.
A three unit set of C30-7As rattles over the D&H crossing at Voorhesville with traffic from Niagara Falls. So much has changed today; the D&H crossing has been removed, as were the New York Centr... (more)
Eastbound van train passes a corn crop headed to Boston.
Conrail C30-7A 6573 leads CSX Q231 south nearing
Louisville's Osborn yard.
Conrail was the only railroad to own this model.
Railfans watching operations during a São Carlos Model Railroad Show, at São Carlos.
Conrail locomotives running through on the C&O at Plymouth wait to return to their coal train beneath an impending thundershower. The C30-7A, unique to Conrail, was more commonly seen on the B&A ... (more)