National Museum of Industrial History night shoot.
Rolling past the remians Bethlehem Steel. Even when compared to some of the areas around Pittsburgh, nothing is as depressing as what has become of this once great industrial powerhouse.
Former CONRAIL vets get underway.
H74 departs Allentown yard for the washington secondary behind a Maine Central GP40 and an ex TFM GP40M-3
18G departs Allentown yard behind a dash 9 and a primered GEVO.
Not the typical consist you'd see leading a roadrailer!
Power from NS 16T (NS 9635-BNSF 9262) was placed against a cut of cars (NS 33K?) left on the setoff track at CP 88. This would later be brought to Allentown Yard by a local crew.
NS 19G prepares to depart Bethlehem, Pa.
What appears to be a NS trailer train is actually a yard job called the changer. Horsehead unit has just come off the layoff track at far left and is setting out cars here in the river track area,... (more)
NS train identified as "changer" pulls trailer train west off the layoff track along the Lehigh River behind a horsehead unit; the job requires some of the trailers to be set out in the small yard... (more)
Unlikely leaders for a double stack train? PB&NE ancient switchers tote out a stack train for NS to pick up later this afternoon out of the river tracks at Bethlehem.
NS manifest 18G eases eastward onto the NS Lehigh Line at CP Beth under sunny morning skies behing a pair of EMD horseheads. Train is coming out of Allentown Yard through CP JU and gondola cars ca... (more)
Built for Conrail in 1979.
PBNE 43 and 42 bring roadrailers out to CP-88 that will become NS 261.
A 93 car local passes CP-88 on it's way into Allentown yard.