A Conrail manifest with two SD45-2’s and a long consist rolls west through South Fork, Pennsylvania on an autumn day in 1984.
A pair of ex-Erie-Lackawanna SD45-2s pauses by SO Tower, which was virtually destroyed by arsonists in November of 2008 and razed shortly afterward. No. 6658 was built by EMD in November, 1972 as... (more)
Two SD60I's team up to lead a coal drag by the viaduct heading towards South Fork under a steady light rain. video here... (more)
The Amtrak train number 42, the Pennsylvanian, heads east coming off the curve at South Fork as a NS hi-rail vehicle prepares to ride on track 1.
A Roger Puta photograph
24W moves up grade as 21J with the PRR heritage drifts down grade into South Fork. There was a new retaining wall built here replacing the old one which was narrow and falling down.
Conway to Enola manifest 10G rounds the curve into the small town of South Fork with the Monongahela Heritage Unit leading. The signal bridge in the background is the westbound home signal for SO.... (more)
5 SD80MAC's and a single geep rest in South Fork Yard on a slow Monday for coal.
Three of the four NS engines running light around the curve through South Fork, PA
The Pennsylvanian passes NS local C90 heading into South Fork Yard with a couple SD80MACs.
This is Amtrak 04-T, with AMTK 68 leading the Pennsylvainian, Train P42 from Pittsburgh, PA to New York, NY around the curve through the thinning fog in South Fork, PA. at 0917 hrs.
This is NS 650, a coal train with 2 SD80 MAC's pulling 99 coal cars with 2 SD40E's on the rear leaving out of a yard just south of the wye in South Fork, PA at 1157 hrs.
28Z coasts downgrade into the small town of South Fork with a trio of "Catfish" up front.
Leaning into the sharp curve at South Fork, Amtrak's eastbound Pennsylvanian makes good time over the busy Pittsburgh Line.
NS 20V rolls eastward passing CP W along the Pittsburgh Line.