MP-15 1588 shows it's higher profile compared to the pair of GE U-28-Bs that bracket it.The P&LE wasn't flashy,but they got the job done.
A former Lehigh Valley snowbird C-628 has some ex NYC/PC F7s and an ex PRR/PC U-25-B for company.The paint out job of the LV name has resulted in that "ex PC" look.
Lots of color on these ex EL engine tracks in the form of a BAR geep,an EL C-424 ,and a Lehigh Valley GP-18.
The rail has spread,1 truck is on the ground,and the track foreman sizes up the situation
A hard shot due to early morning shadows and weeds,but items of interest include the B&O train is a detour move on the ex Erie,the CR ex EL unit is on the ex PC and while "CR'd" still carries it's... (more)
Former Erie Lackawanna #825 waits for the next trip to Youngstown.
On an overcast hazy day pure first generation power in the form of a GP-9 and Western Maryland F7A's 7176 and 7149 head west through downtown Akron.
On a cold winter day 7175- one of the last Western Maryland F's running- joins 3766 and GP-9 6657 on this eastbound.
Clean Chessie SD waits for the call to work. The long nose was the front on these,hence the Chessie "C" on it- only the front of a Chessie unit recieved the C.
One classy nose emblem if you ask me.
A clean set of hump power consisting of a former B&O SD-35 and slug 138T.
A westbound coke train splits the CPL's with a well worn former ATSF unit in the lead.
This train usually has UP power, but no complaints this day with an ex Conrail up front.
In this world of rent-a-wrecks, it's always nice to see a matched set of home road power.3067 and 3048 pass through a well manicured area as they head west on the former AC&Y.
Creating it's own little dust storm, a Loram ballast cleaner works through CP 47.