As a local girl hurries home in the steady rain, NS 058 creeps through the small town of Lilly, PA. The rain can be seen in the beam of the headlight.
High and wide move NS 058 passes by the rocks just East of Summerhill. The first car behind the bulk-head flat has an Abrams tanks on it.
Obviously ignoring the 10 ton weight limit sign, NS 7215 creeps North with a long coal train on the South Fork Secondary. The driver of the SUV is in for a long wait.
As 13G rolls by on track 1, NS 590 begins it's slow decent down in to Altoona, PA on a picture perfect winter morning.
After returning to Juniata for some additional TLC, NS 7200 has been returned to the South Fork pool, and she basks in the late afternoon sun awaiting her next assignment..
A quick trip over to Johnstown sees NS 21G crossing the viaduct heading west near the end of a beautiful winter day on the West Slope.
A busy time at Ehrenfeld as a coal train sits on the control siding, an Eastbound stack trains attacks the West Slope, and NS 21G cruises downhill with a pair of CN SD75Is in the consist.
The rear-end power of C90 rounds the curve on a beautiful winter afternoon.
Looking almost like an HO scale model, NS 7215 crosses the main drag in Windber, PA and right through the center of town.
NS 7201 leads C91 into Windber, PA. The police officer on the right is there to guard the crossing since there is no signals or gates at the crossings in town.
NS 7215 crosses over Peaceful Valley Rd. on it's way to Windber, PA.
The Southbound C91 passes through what used to be the South Fork dam which cause the Johnstown Flood. This is the 5th train being run to the recently re-opened Rosebud Mine in Windber, PA.
PT 97 rounds the curve past the former Lackawanna station at Cresco and the recently rebuilt crossing shack.
PT 97 is nearing the end of its Eastbound journey and is about to enter the town of Water Gap. The train ended up being 23 cars after making pick-ups along the way, and they headed back as PT 98 w... (more)
PT 97 has completed it's work at Best Way lumber at Cresco and is rolling downhill between Cresco and Analomink, PA.