Though the rain subsided in the four hours between the First Section (Photo 493823) and Second Section, it returned with a heavy shower just as the RJC-1 Helper departed Clymer on August 12, 2014... (more)
Three RJ Corman SD40-2s, two former-Union Pacific and one former Burlington Northern, idle along Harrison Street at Clymer, PA. Their train is the first section of what could be the last rail mov... (more)
MGA 2301 North leads loaded Somerset Railroad hoppers towards the crest of the MGA's Manor Branch at M11.
The tunnel portal-like opening carrying Clarksville Road over the MGA's tracks at Clarksville frames MGA 2301 on a southbound empty hopper train.
Two NS EMDs lead a mixed freight east across the Susquehanna River.
Amtrak #658 enroute to New York's Pennsylvania Station whips by the Strasburg RR interchange at Paradise, PA. Young train buffs look on as the friendly Amtrak Engineer gave a friendly wave and a c... (more)
Passengers wave to stopped vehicular traffic as the Fireman of #90 observes his train rounding the bend.
A westbound Susquehanna haulage train crosses the Delaware River just west of Port Jervis, N.Y., behind a quartet of Susie-Q "yellow jackets." The rare daylight run of matched units brou... (more)
The dynamic duo of the CNJ and Reading heritage units make their way to the coal fields of Southwestern Pennsylvania yet again. This time, the CNJ is leading through Finleyville, Pa. just outside ... (more)
Who knew that EMD built 0-4-4-0s? That's what the "builders plate" on ex-Reading FP7 #903 says, anyway.
Amtrak AEM-7 908 roars south through Prospect Park, PA with train 19, the Crescent. She might be old and nearing retirement, but this old motor can still move!
On a peacefull morning in early August, Norfolk Southern's office car special makes a seemingly under-the-radar move as it traverses the Pittsburgh Line west and hugs the curve and coasts through ... (more)
NS 9216 leads an intermodal train past the Amtrak station in Altoona toward Pittsburgh.
Conrail 6139 leads southbound empties through the large cut at EVE a short west (railroad south) of Waynesburg.