Two Pokey relects, a C39-8 and a coaling tower.
In the days last light, a grain train slowly climbs the .97 percent grade of the Clymers hill approaching the siding and the Penn signals.
With the town of Logansport in the distance, a grain train with an old Conrail soldier in the lead crawls up the .97 percent grade of the Clymers hill in the days last minutes of sun.
NS conductor, Jerome Marcum isn't as thrilled to see the CR C39-8 as I was. He was a good sport and smiled anyway.
The C39-8 classic looks never goes out of style. This mean machine looks like it is all business as it banks into one of the steep curves along the Pokey as it leads a coal drag west.
An Veteran C39-8 brings a very late running 19G into Norfolk Southern's River Yard in Bethlehem as it makes its way towards Allentown Yard.
An aging C39-8 is in charge of this eastbound autorack train as it accelerates towards Fostoria.
On a gorgeous fall morning, eastbound racks accelerate through Payne.
Although Norfolk Southern's C39-8's are living on borrowed time, the continue to earn their keep. I witnessed 7 C39-8's in service on the Alabama Division this weekend, but catching the 8590 on t... (more)
Rare bird on 571, only a dozen or so C39-8s left on the system
Northbound coal trains meet on the Mon Line, led by a C40 at left and a C39 at right.
Some dark clouds have moved away and the sun is back out as 21Z creeps around the big curve at CP 421 in Elkhart with an old C39-8 doing the honors.
A Norfolk Southern veteran awaits an uncertain fate at Progress Rail
A rare Conrail C39 (only 22 on the roster) crosses the Ohio River with a container train.
A trio of GE's sit idle in the house track in downtown Harriman basking in the sun.