The blue paint on both ex EL 2587 and ex PC 2740 didn't do much for them mechanical wise,as first the 2587 quit then the 2740.Ex EL GP-35 2590 couldn't do it alone, so here the train sits! JO is w... (more)
Eastbound Chessie System train with an "all in the family" consist of WM 7545,B&O 3765,and C&O 5954.
Western Maryland SD-40 7571 and N&W SD-45 1730 complete the trio of 6 axle power on this westbound grain train.
Down on grab shot of a westbound's power consist of WM F's 7173 and 7157.
A GP-9/GP-7/GP-38 consist heads west. Long hood was the proper "front" on many Chessie geeps with only the true front receiving the big "C".
A fairly new unit gets help from GP-35 3525. Note JO tower- still in PC green-to the left above the Market St bridge over the train.
Looks like this GP-30/GP-9 set is in notch 8 as they blast west for Willard.
Eastbound on the DC-Chicago ex-B&O line. The NY-Chicago EL tracks are to the left.
Three as yet untouched PC units- a SD-35/GP-40/U-30-B consist- lead this Conrail train west over the former EL in town.
Pure PC power heads up this westbound on the former EL main during that harsh winter of 76/77.
A pair of C&O units pull this westbound through town on B&O rails.
Back during the "D&H era" on the CVSR RS-3 4099 helps out a former CNR cab unit on a northbound. On the rear were two loaded stone cars, hence the extra power for this "mixed" train.
A very short through freight heads west on the former EL past what's left of the EL yard in town, now used for car storage. Note blue Alco C-630 6769 2nd out.
Western power leads a mix of rent-a-wrecks west on CSX.