One of the Lehigh Valley’s dynamic brake-equipped SW8’s idles at the west end of Allentown yard. Those 50’ Vermont Railway boxcars were a common sight in that era.
East Penn Railroad 5114, still in her original Espee bloody nose paint, leads a train of steel cars Northbound, heading for the steel mill in Coatesville
A pair of former Susquehanna GP18's are switching their train at Avondale Yard
This East Penn train lead by GMTX 2800 is heading West for Avondale in the late afternoon.
Meeting of NS freighter trains at Ohio Connecting OC Bridge on a rainy day of November in Pittsburgh, PA. EMD SD60I No.6726 and his train heads west over the OC Bridge headed towards Conway Termin... (more)
Southbound in late afternoon.
The Octoraro Branch of the East Penn Railroad can be best described as being like a roller coaster. A Westbound East Penn train lead by GMTX 2800 is shown here, heading down grade on the line. How... (more)
The East Penn crew is heading West on the Octoraro Branch with cars bound for Avondale
The East Penn crew is heading North to interchange cars with Brandywine Valley Railroad in South Coatesville
An EMD SD80MAC leads a loaded westbound coal train from Portage to South Fork, PA
Late in this April afternoon, an eastbound coal train is resuming the climb up the West Slope of the Alleghenies. The 2 SD40E helper units are giving their best to help get the drag back up to spe... (more)
A pair of GE's hold back a loaded unit coal train as it works it's way down the east slope of Sandpatch Grade.
A West Bound East Penn train pulls a train of covered hoppers and tank cars into Kennett Square on the Octoraro branch of the railroad.
GATX tank cars came in a seemingly unlimited variety of sizes and paint schemes, for many specialized loads. Here a car of SCM titanium dioxide rolls through Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
NS rebuilds in progress