With a firendly wave from RCO Danny, the empty Rock Train cruises back towards Reed Pit.
POTB's Hill Train is seen arriving Batterson.
One of POTB's ex SP SD9's sits at Buxton with a work train.
One of two POTB GP9's sits at Buxton.
A fresh crew takes the R22613 eastbound towards Baltimore past the still in-service B&O CPL's with an increasingly rare SD45-2 on the point.
With the Saturday run of the WMSR in the background with BOTH GP30s as helpers, this extra MARC train, which operated to Cumberland to pick up three former Metra Bi-Level cars from the WMSR, sits ... (more)
Also now an Ohio Central piece of equipment, MVRY, of Union RR heritage, is shut down after having completed its yard work.
Now owned by the Ohio Central, this S2 awaits... Well, I'm not sure what, I suppose shipment to the Morgan Run shops....
A UP SD40-2, with some graffiti damage painted over leads this UP train. The crew was rather friendly and waved as they went by.
two LLPX GP38s lead this UP (I guess?) grain train out of their yard.
A former BN "Whiteface" GP28M leads a former ATSF GP35 and H2 GP60M on a yard transfer job.
CACV 3051, power for the Bridge Line Hostorical Society's chartered "mixed" train, smokes it up at milepost 7.
D&H 253, after having CP BD blocked for about an hour due to a crewless D&H 168 blocking the crossover from the Binghamton to Buffalo Runner, finally moves past a Binghamton railfan landmark.
Some of the UT-1's power is seen sitting on the Utica Main just south of CP FORKS. The FP sign is a NORAC abbreviation (Rule 104.e) which means "Fouling Point"
Part on the UT-1's power is seen sitting on the Utica Main south of CP FORKS. The covered hopper in the background was one of about 5 that NYSW GP38 2012 was shoving towards me.