A former Conrail veteran basks in the evening sunlight on a pleasantly warm Saturday, which would eventually be invaded by summer thunderstorms for the rest of the night.
Enola-Montreal Canadian National #529 passes by the old Grand Trunk station on gorgeous summer morning.
You know a train is very late when the dispatcher says to AMTRAK and says I know your late but NS 211 is extremely late Then he said you will follow him all the way to Charlotte. So a 10+ hour lat... (more)
A South bound Norfolk Southern Train crosses the Potomac River at Shepherdstown, WV.
"One Unit Wonder"
A single ex-Conrail SD60I leads a southbound K534 through Ridgefield Park at CP-5. The empty bauxite train is bound for Baltimore, MD for fresh loads ... (more)
CSX train Q200 heads east as the fog starts to burn off at milepost 168 of the Garrett Subdivision. Leading is a former Conrail SD60I (# 5645).
Ethanol loads that will be taken mostly down to Fort Lauderdale.
Ethanol loads ease off the Southern crossing the Coast Line for the East Coast.
NS SD60I #6761 leads southbound Norfolk Southern manifest train #361 through the New Prospect Road grade crossing in Aragon, Georgia, milepost 98 of NS's Atlanta North District.
NS SD60I #6761 leads southbound Norfolk Southern manifest train #361 through the Byrd Station Road grade crossing just south of CP "Green", milepost 92 of NS's Atlanta North District. Th... (more)
Pretty train picture time: On January 23, 2003, a southbound CSX freight cruises through Doswell, VA with a former Conrail SD60I on the point. The local freight is in the clear on the north leg of... (more)
Loaded coal drag 534 passes under the 225 signal bridge with three former Conrail SD60I's leading the way.
4 units are on the front of a manifest freight train coming by the Altoona Amtrak station.
With dynamics screaming, loaded coal drag NS 534 sets a scene right of 2008, with a trio of ex Conrail SD60's rolling through one of the diminishing PRR signal bridges
Loaded Coal Drag 534 with a trio of former Conrail SD60I's comes under the 225 signal bridge.