Hauling the product that built this railroad, a train of anthracite coal leaves the Reading yard and enters the Lebanon Valley branch at CP Center. This location was the one-time site of the Readi... (more)
The BNSF Byron Turn sits on the Port of Benton owned tracks just south of the Richland airport on an early December morning. The tracks ahead are occupied by a Tri-Cities Railway train switching ... (more)
Conrail train GCAL rolls through Northampton, PA. The remnants of the former CNJ/Northampton & Bath interchange yard are visible in the foreground, as is the connection to what remains of the N&B.... (more)
Conrail symbol CGAL (Corning - Allentown) enters the Lehigh Gap as it is on the last leg of its journey to Allentown, travelling here on the former Jersey Central main line. There's quite a bit of... (more)
A trio of L&C GP38's switch the industrial park east of Chester.
The crew of the Byron Turn prepares to drop one last car for a customer before returning to their terminal in Pasco. This location is alongside the former NP transcontinental mainline, just west ... (more)
The South Carolina Central freight from Bishopville heads east through Hartsville on the way back to the yard at Floyd near Darlington.
If memory serves, the turn between Eufaula and Ozark was down to three days a week by 1975, but I cannot remember if it was a roundtrip on M-W-F, or wb to Ozark on M-W-F, and eb back to Eufaula on... (more)
South Carolina Central power rests at the railroad's shop facility outside of Darlington.
A pair of Chessie GPs roll westbound at Newport News, VA || Nov 1982
C&O GP38 3857 awaiting its next work at Gladstone, VA || June 1970
An ex-Penn Central GP-38 works a cut of cars on a fertilizer dealer's spur at Glade, just north of Pasco Yard. BN acquired a large number of these rebuilt "GP-38X" units from Conrail in... (more)
All of Carolina Piedmont's motive power (CPDR 3899, 2020, and CFE 3881) rest beside the yard office. In a few minutes, 3899 and 2020 will be used for the GE Special.
Carolina Piedmont geeps sit at the CPDR office in Laurens, SC. The metal structure in the background is what is left of an old Mill, once a major customer of the railroad, now nothing more than a ... (more)