The cab of a former Conrail C39-8.
A former Conrail C39-8 on borrowed time and wide cab Dash 8 return to home rails at Conrail Shared Assets Oak Island yard. If it wasn't for the patches, it could almost be Conrail train.
While exiting the ex-Erie Bergen Tunnel, the NW 8552 does its best impression of a steam locomotive as the heavy cold rain pours on the hot radiators.
17J meets an eastbound Roadrailer at Marshfield siding, the town itself visible in the distance. I wonder if this will be the last NS C39-8 I see alive?
The NS 33K is led out of Croxton yard by a C39-8.
A C39-8 with a little damage to the short hood awaits its crew at Croxton Yard. This awesome unit would be the leader for my first road train that I ever ran.
EB CC glides through Pocahontas Yard.
The late afternoon sun provides sweet light on this trio of ex Conrail motors crossing the Overall Creek trestle. Nice to see that C39-8 leading the to SD60 wide-cabs.
A trio of ex Conrail motors run NS train 37Q along the South Branch of the Shenandoah River near Front Royal, Virginia.
A light engine move running from Conway Yard to Altoona is seen heading East (away from the camera).
The highway bridge in the background is the PA Turnpike.
A "non-Quality" Conrail C39-8 is solo blast power on this stack train heading north on the IHB. What a treat indeed!!
Relics of the past are all congregrated at Iaeger on this December day
The Rat Hole's primary intermodal train...229....rolls out of Oakdale en route to Atlanta and points south.
8584 leads two other recently ressurected sisters, 8566 & 8632, to power this empty hopper run.
13 NS C39`s in storage.