Hotshot intermodal 203 stalled out at Milepost 556, three miles from the crest of a 17-mile long 1% grade that stretches from the South Carolina state line to Mt. Airy, GA. Local freight P91 lent ... (more)
MILW #147 crests Lake Hill on a beautiful Winter day in 1986. Lake Hill was deceptively steep, sometime requiring helper units to make it up the hill. The tower in the background was eventually bu... (more)
Power from a Pasco-Portland manifest comes into the Vancouver Yard for servicing. The paint on this former ATSF "snoot" has held up a lot better then a lot of new locomotives out there. ... (more)
Union Pacific SD40-2s 1896 and 1996, painted to celebrate the 1996 Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, Georgia, lead a priority intermodal train out of Salt Lake City on Aug. 2, 1996.
Pan Am visits Enola Yard, with the 3404 in the lead with two different fonts in the number boards. Note also the 5,000-gallon fuel tank on this ex-Quebec North Shore & Labrador unit.
Canadian Pacific train 259 is tied down at Shaw Rd. on a frigid early November morning.
The local is in the siding by the old section foreman's house switching Light Milling. Unfortunately Light seems to be another customer who has left.
Conrail's Pittsburgh to Morrisville manifest freight is crossing the massive 1904-built bridge over the Conestoga River. The bridge was an integral part of the PRR's Atglen & Susquehanna Branch; ... (more)
Yard switcher du jour, originally from the Family Lines era.
Extra 184 West stops for a crew change at Portage passing the stopped Extra 2036 West on two track. The 184 is the Ford train and the 2036 back then was probably train 65.
A pair of SD40-2s lead Q418 down the Delair Branch towards Park.
NS SD40-2 3418 recently had its cab upgraded and is awaiting a date with the paint shop
The daily afternoon southbound train headed for North Bessemer Yard and interchange with the Union Railroad is lead by a ratty looking CN unit. Sure do miss the B&LE orange and black locomotives.