CSXT V502-14 with CSXT 406 and 393 head south on the CE&D at last light.
Northbound NS 31T left Enola Yard just a few minutes ago and is scurrying towards Sunbury, PA where it will diverge onto the CP Sunbury main for Binghamton, NY and Rouses Point where it will inter... (more)
An attempt at a unique angle at Orleans - you can see the semaphores just above the 2nd unit's INRD logo. We decided to try this broadside to include the INRD History Train consist.
Jon Kayes and I decided to freeze our butts off doing night shots one fine evening at the Station Inn. There's Jon on the right as light helpers illuminate the snow and sky alike on a frigid Febru... (more)
Almost 2 years ago, Lou Capwell and I gave chase to this northbound out of Hiawatha, passing a grain elevator in Lewis.
Eastbound RoadRailers roll into CP-MO interlocking on track 2 while clear signals await on tracks 2 and 1.
Southbound ore train for USX Edgar Thomson works passes the south interlocking at Saxonburg (SX).
After chasing the 630 back to Falconer, we were allowed in for a very quick look around the shop. One flashbulb pop afforded me this shot of the 431.
WNYP 630 taking a ballast train back to Falconer from Hornell, NY in the fall of 2005.
After the other guys gave up, it occurred to me that the Wheeling has a lot of bridges, and maybe I could do something like this. Fortunately I found my way here - and so did the train before the... (more)
Eastbound ore takes the grade headed towards Longview as it crosses Saw Mill Run in the absolute last speck of decent light. It was fun seeing Wade, John, and Brad out and about!
Eastbound ore from Mingo Junction arrived at Rook, and you can see the WE 611 crew cut in mid-train.
The sanders are on and the 645's are humming as the ore train starts to pull out of Rook towar... (more)
Eastbound ore from Weirton crosses The Parkway West on a nice afternoon. WE 611 will tie on as helpers and assist the train towards Connellsville.
BNSF 762 warbonnet leads Q217-03 west at Broadford interlocking just north (RR West) of Connellsville, PA. Those CPL signals are now long gone.
New and exciting at the time, a shiny ES44DC rounds the curve into Broadford interlocking just north (RR West) of Connellsville, PA.