Holding hands- DL's big hook holds hands with LV painted C420 414, while wheels on the front truck are changed out by the very capable shop.
Under the command of Amtrak 42, the Saluting our Veterans unit Amtrak's Autumn Express makes its way Westbound through Bridgeport, PA.
Southbound below mp 261 , with color.
NS 64R with the Erie Heritage Unit leading the way through downtown Johnstown, PA. This started a long chase across Pennsylvania, which took much longer than it should have for this train.
For some reason, the information for this train is lost in the universe somewhere. Sometime in the summer of 2014, a Westbound intermodal emerges from the Gallitzin tunnel.
Under the watchful eye of one of Amtrak's finest, Amtrak's "Autumn Express" rolls by the beautiful Reading Railroad station at Pottstown, PA. This line has not seen regular passenger ser... (more)
After taking 50+ grain empties to Taylor yard, the SC7 crew would take their cut of cars bound for Carbondale and proceed North. Here the train is seen just getting under way in Scranton with 5 AL... (more)
The first order of business for the DL crew on Saturday was to take power from the South End North to Scranton in preparation for a unit sand train they would later run up to Carbondale (although ... (more)
One of AMTRAK's newest engines, ACS-64 #620, awaits the call to duty in the yard just outside of 30th Street Station. Partially visible to the right in the photo are older AMTRAK power in the form... (more)
Amtrak's Veterans unit leads the Phase I Heritage unit and 16 cars of the Autumn Express special past the old Reading depot at Valley Forge on the former Reading main line.
Three PRR Baldwin Sharks have come across the Monongahela River to pick up interchange from the P&LE and the Monongahela Ry. at BF Tower, Brownsville, Pa. April 14, 1961. Five yard tracks prec... (more)
A weed sprayer train on the P&LE, shoved by an EMD switcher, pauses to check its equipment as three Monongahela Baldwin 1200 h.p. S-12’s 404, 408, 412 pass at Brownsville, Pa. April 14, 1961.
Just minutes before sunset, NS 38Q pulls to a stop on the bridge at Front Street behind a mix of older EMD locomotives.
An eclectic mix of EMD power (with a newer GEVO hidden in the shadows) brings a heavy 37Q down the Lurgan Branch just a couple of miles south of Shippensburg.