A pair of ex New Haven Alco's bracket a pair of PNC geeps as they couple on to the head end of this train.There is also a former EL caboose between the sets of power.
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.