A Westbound roadrailer passes though Wilmerding, PA on a cold January day. The large green building to the left is part of the Westinghouse Air Brake Co. At the top of the photo is Pitcairn Yard.
A scene that used to be common, now not so much.
Snowy Strasburg steam at sunrise.
CSX Q364, bound for Selkirk, New York, works east under the old New York Central signal bridge at CP 73 in North East, Pennsylvania.
Two "Pooches" descend the grade at Horseshoe Curve, pulling a Lancaster Chapter NRHS excursion. Twenty-five of these 143-ton cowl-units were built for Amtrak, 1975-76; none survive.
As lake clouds roll off Lake Erie, an eastbound CSX manifest train is about to pass under the old Bort Road overpass and into New York.
SD70ACu 7235 is seen here on her maiden voyage, leading a wild twelve-unit consist on NS C91.
Conrail is 2 months old as the Penn Central No. 4867 and another G with a fading PRR yellow stripe are eastbound at 7:45 a.m. through Lancaster at 50-per on the 152-pound high iron. Note the frei... (more)
PRR K4s No. 1361 has come off the Conrail main line at Tyrone to board passengers for a round-trip to Bellefonte. At that time, the public was not permitted to ride between Altoona and Tyrone, so ... (more)
1939 "John Bull" replica on display. I was fortunate to see this under steam circa 1983.
Westbound on the Middle Division by "Jacks" Tower, located west of Mount Union, PA, on Valentines Day in 1976.
Two faded CF7s, a few years removed from tourist line service, are pulling a freight with the CNJ 113 dead-in-tow. The 113 was headed to its new home in Minersville, where it was eventually resto... (more)
Pennsy stablemates- 1223 and 7002, once roamed free across the street and occasionally out on the mainline.