EMD leads eastbound CSX stacktrain Q190 along the ex PRR high line.
An early evening Acela Express departs Philly bound for Washington D.C.
An Acela Express leaves Philly in it's wake bound for Wilmington, DE and points South.
A late afternoon Regional train departs Philadelphia en route to Washington D.C.
CSX loaded stone extra W064 cruises south on the north end of the Philly Sub on 1 past center city between Vine and Locust with SD50-2 2497, the last one in Conrail paint, leading a YN3 slug set.
Another long day comes to an "end".
Pair of GE's pull CSX unit trash train Q703 west under the classic B&O CPL signal mast at Vine.
SD50 teams with a GE standard cab also in YN3 scheme powering CSX freight Q370 eastbound on the connection.
SD70MAC 4792 with a nice all EMD powerset leads CSX freight Q409 westbound on the high line as the conductor comes out to enjoy the 38 degree cold weather.
NJT ALP44 hauls mostly empty ACES coaches northbound on the Northeast Corridor.
Ex Conrail Q SD80MAC 4595 rolls eastbound on the connection with CSX freight Q406.
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