Former Erie/Erie Lackawanna GP7 1228 waits for its next weekday assignment at Bangor, Pennsylvania.
Family day at the museum.
Bangor From the Cab - 2
As Conrail train ABP-1 progresses northward from the south end of Bangor yard. it... (more)
Bangor From the Cab
Taken from the cab of Conrail train ABP-1, this scene is looking northward (timetable east) as the train passes through Bangor, Pennsylvania on the former DL&W/... (more)
Fallen Flag Reflections: Conrail GP30 #2233 casts its reflection off of the Pennsylvania Railroad's famous GG1, giving a kind of eerie look at how some railroads fall to changing times.
Deluxe Amenities! One of two Chicago-Valparaiso evening commuter trains (referred to as "The Dummies" by the railroad crews) makes a station stop at Hobart during the Penn Central to Conrail trans... (more)
A military train on the former Lehigh Valley is led by ex LV 301.
MAIL-9 was one of the hottest trains on Conrail. On this day, a B36-7 is in charge as the train curves off off the Rockville bridge
Back when the Bethlehem, PA mill was still producing, symbol BEPI carried its output west toward Conway. The train filled with truck frame traffic from Dana Industries in Reading, PA, followed by ... (more)
PRR had its Truc-Trains and NYC had its Super Vans. In 1970 Penn Central renamed these trains TV or Trail Vans and the symbols remained through the Conrail era. TV-2 was the eastbound fleet leade... (more)
Symbol freight OIPI9 (Oak Island-Conway) with a couple strangers comes snarling into the east end of Horseshoe Curve on a gorgeous autumn afternoon. Fuji Sensia.
Trailing the145 cars of OIPI9 are two helpers shoving the westbound over the mountain.
Conrail GP30 #2187 is still wearing the paint of its former owner: The Reading RR, as it leads a hopper train into Philadelphia
A former Conrail G.E. and a Bessemer and Lake Erie SD9 are being stripped down for usable parts.
Photo taken with permission.
To the Torch
Three Conrail Alcos, two RSD12’s and an RSD15, stand among the freight cars in Conway Yard. The three Schenectady products are coming from the Altoona dead line, and a... (more)