Helpers in full dynamics, 10G plunges into New Portage Tunnel.
The rear end of a very heavy coal drag crests the summit of the Alleghenies and will soon feel the effects of the 2.1% grade of the "slide".
The eastbound Pennsylvanian coasts through "Tunnels Park" and is about to enter the Allegheny Tunnel.
A birds eye view of the helpers shoving on the rear of a westbound mixed bag.
The last excursion train of the day is about to enter the "loop Track" as she knocks the signal down at "UN".
Bennett Levin's E8's make their grand entrance into Tunnels Park.
The Horseshoe Curve excursion train exits the "loop" and is on it's way back down the hill with Bennett Levin's beautiful E8's in charge.
Coffee break on top of the mountain. This was the most photographed Cup-o-Joe hand off of all time....
The power is still working hard to get this heavy train over the crest of the hill as it starts down a steep 2.2 percent grade into the New Portage tunnel.
The "hogger" uses every bit of horse power to crest the summit.
The reason why westbounds never use track 1; this helper set is giving all its got to kepp 436 under control as it goes down the slide.
A westbound trailervan train bursts out of the tunnels under Gallitzin into the late afternoon sun.
NS 3361 leads a gon train out of the tunnel under the town of Callitzin. This is the way this scene is suppose to look with Big Blue on the point!