24V is framed by the Hill to Hill bridge as it slows to make its pick up in the River Yard.
H76 proudly displays two American flags as it departs Bethlehem
The LVRM conductor is cutting away from his train to get in the clear for the NS crew to tack on 2 C40's and head to Rutherford, PA..
Dropping down past the old Bethlehem Steel plant, PB&NE SW1200's 43-42 bring down 63 roadrailers for interchange with the NS..
In the last rays of sunlight, this westbound intermodal cruises by a stopped HA13 local in the River Yard, waiting for railroad into Allentown Yard.
Leased and run-through power lays over on the Freemansburg in the form of a quartet of EMD SD40-2s, including a pair of CITX units, a CEFX bluebird, and a CP.
Rusty evening in Bethlehem. Nikon D50 70-300mm. www.railroad-photography.com
The conductor catchs a ride on the front of this SW 1200 while enroute bach to their yard.
Delaware & Hudson's NE-87 has a GP39-2/C420/GP39-2/C420/GP39-2 consist on this day. This was D&H's former Lehigh Valley Potomac Yard to Rigby Yard train. Here it is parked between JU Interlocking... (more)
H75 enters the Cement Secondary with a couple of ex-Southern high hood GP38-2's as power on a very warm July morning.
H75 heads north along the Monocacy Creek on a bright and sunny July morning.
A late running 214 passes beneath the Hill to Hill bridge in Bethlehem Pa.
These slag cars await under Blast Furnace B for a tap that will never happen. While much of the massive works has been torn down and redevelopment has begun, these relics remain untouched since th... (more)
NS H75 heads north past a waterfall along the ex-Lehigh & New England Cement Secondary.
Canadian Pacific Evolution Series Locomotive number 8827 idles on the Freemansburg I.T. in early morning sunlight.