Not the proverbial 'horse of a different color', but certainly looks like a horse in sheep's clothing on the nose of the lead unit!
Thanks to the folks at Enola that went to the trouble to put the proper unit on the point of this amply-powered 37Q (Reading heritage unit bringing up the rear)
Approaching the Bound Brook station stop
Westbound close to sunset
Thirty years after the Norfolk & Western became part of the Norfolk Southern, its image lives on. For that matter, diesels notwithstanding, this is still a "whistle" post.
Back when intermodal trains often consisted of trailers, rather than containers
The desert sun has morphed the Super Fleet red into pink
Passing through the Amish farms east of Strasburg
Different power on today's eastbound "Pennsylvanian"
Regional to Lynchburg passing the NS yard
Passing under the former Southern Railway signal bridge on its way to Manassas