One timely cloud.
NS coal drag 590 passes under the signals at SO on track 1 heading east with 4 engines in front in NS 8085, 8053, 9863 and 7570 along with the aid of 4 SD40E's on ... (more)
East and westbound stack trains meet on the bridge.
Yorkrail's 1504, still wearing her Ma&Pa paint scheme, heads east across West Market Street with a mixed freight in tow.
No longer used, the sizable yard at the interchange point between the former Jersey Central and the Northampton & Bath is still largely intact in this 1979 view. Today, the line is single-tracked,... (more)
A year and a half into Conrail, locomotives in the new blue scheme were showing up more and more frequently, but solid blue lashups were elusive. Here a near-miss rolls west through Treichlers, Pe... (more)
NS research train no. 38 known as "The Brick" being painted on the side of the engine makes it's way west on track 3 after spending the night working the track aro... (more)
NS 1065 which has seen some better days paint job wise leads Ns 1111 on a 66Z
On an oppressively hot last day of July, a Lehighton-bound local rolls west out of Treichlers, Pennsylvania. Although there is evidence of the multi-track main line that was once here, this portio... (more)
NS 15J makes it's daily appearance on the Pittsburgh Line, having left Doremus Ave in Newark, NJ, earlier in the day.
An early Conrail repaint, SD40 6317, leads a Jersey Central GP9 and a patched Erie-Lackawanna SD45 westbound through Treichlers, Pennsylvania.
NS 1045 brings an assortment of empty coal hoppers back west towards Shire Oaks.
Westbound empty hoppers approach Lehigh Gap in the last light of a March day. The history of the residence shown is unknown, but it is unusual that someone managed to place a structure on the narr... (more)
Work train waiting for the Philly bound local to pass so it can follow it back to Philly.
Southbound with a 100 car train , to Herndon to run around their train to go north on the NS D&H Line.
Two DC Gevos lead 12G under the 113 signal bridge, just west of the aptly named "Railroad Street" grade crossing.