Ex NYSW locomotive 1802 basks in the sun at the East Penn shops on a warm Sunday evening.
Nittany and Bald Eagle GP8 #1602, one of 16 Paducah rebuilds for Conrail, and a GP10 shove a single boxcar to the interchange yard connecting the NBER to the NS Pittsburgh Line.
Front Porch View: An eastbound intermodal passes by the Cresson Station Inn's famed front porch, a popular hangout for railfans to socialize and enjoy the heavily trafficked former Pennsy m... (more)
Sunrise glints off the side of one of the many intermodals that traverse the Pittsburgh Line as it passes the Cassandra Railroad Overlook.
Reading & Northern's MCQA "Mountain Job" stops at the Tamaqua Yard Office for paperwork with two of the four new "GP39RN" (GP30u) units recently acquired from LTEX via BNSF/ATS... (more)
Reading and Northern's "Reading Turn" services Packaging Corporation of America at Tuckerton, PA. The Reading Turn operates daily (except Saturday) between Tamaqua and Norfolk Southern's... (more)
Reading blueliners sit at Temple station awaiting their next call to duty. Being built in the 1930s and then rebuilt by the Reading Railroad. These marvelous pieces of equipment look great along w... (more)
NS Harrisburg Line local H31 heads west at Wyomissing leaving Reading, Pa. NS GP40-2 #3001 is 40 years old this year having been delivered to the Reading Railroad as #3674 back in 1974. The old gi... (more)
A large group of ducks are seen take a soothing bath in the Susquehanna River as NS 23Z crosses the Rockville Bridge. What a sign this was the spring was fast a approaching... (more)
A Conrail Office Car Special is about to enter Pennsylvania from New York on the the line that formerly passed through the "Grand Canyon of the East." The train is carrying employees to ... (more)
Power off a coal train lays over in Enola yard
Two electric classics meet at Norristown, Pa., as a set of ex-Reading Blueliners sit in the station on SEPTA's Norristown line while a bullet car on the Norristown High Speed Line (Philadelphia & ... (more)
A loaded coal train wraps around the reverse s-curve at the Keystone Viaduct just a few miles prior to reaching the summit of the Sand Patch grade.
Vintage Alcos still at work for the Mohawk, Adirondack & Northern.