With snow coming down by the feet in the days prior, NS brought one of their former Conrail Jordan Spreaders out from hibernation to clear the main between Johnstown and Altoona. Here the spreader... (more)
The MBTA platform at Framingham is usually a less-than-ideal place for photography. At night, however, the platform lights can provide enough glow to shoot a westbound waiting for a signal out of... (more)
A freshly painted ex-Conrail SD80MAC leads a loaded coal train over the ex-P&LE Mon Branch.
No less than ten SD80MACs were serviced the night before and now relax in the seemingly endless light snowfall...
As cattle graze on the hills around Cave City on a beautiful Spring day CSX Q573 races south towards
Nashville with a former Conrail 80MAC in charge.
Northbound with empty coal hoppers.
NS C90 works upgrade during the start of a heavy snowfall on February 6, 2010 with empties for the loadout at Sonman, PA.
NS clears Track 1 on the former PRR main line at Cassandra, PA, with an ex-Conrail Jordan Spreader and a pair of SD80MAC's after a major snowfall.
NS clears Track 1 on the former PRR main line at Summerhill, PA, with an ex-Conrail Jordan Spreader and a pair of SD80MAC's after a major snowfall.
Something that you don't see everyday,a SD80MAC
street running.Former Conrail 4110 to CSX 0804 leads
Q565 south down the streets of New Albany as it nears Louisville.It would be five years later... (more)
A couple of now NS SD80MACS lead its load of coal
at Gallitzin. For this first time visitor this was a nice
gift to have a Conrail blue 80MAC on the point for my 50th birthday.
A former Conrail 80MAC leads CSX Q231 south by Coral Ridge.
NS 7206 idles away on a warm summers night as it get serviced at the Cresson Engine facility in Cresson , PA
Conrail's Conway-to-Bethlehem train (which rarely went to Bethlehem by this late date) heads east through Marysville with a pair of 80MAC's on the point. CR 4128 was one of two EMD demonstrators p... (more)
The fast moving 17G, a late 17G at that too, unleashes a snowy fury at CP C as the C51 waits for it to clear.