The crew of PRR M1b 6755 goes over their orders before departure. A Lerro Productions event.
As a father and son get in some late day Father's Day fishing on the Delaware River, a Southbound Acela hustles across the former Penssy Bridge into Morrisville, PA
Train 95 left Boston behind HHP-8 654, and didn't make it too far before problems developed on the engine, so a second HHP-8, 661, was added to power the train the rest of the way to Washington, D... (more)
The newest ACS-64 in revenue service at the time of this photo, Amtrak 611 hustles Northeast Regional train 159 across the former Pennsy bridge over the Delaware River from Trenton, NJ into Pennsy... (more)
An Eastbound CSX mixed freight snakes it's way across both SEPTA mains onto the CSX main at Woodbourne, PA passing under the former Reading Railroad signals.
NS 3505's 81" EMD cab has been removed. This ex Milwaukee Road SD40-2 (MILW 200) will soon receive a new Admiral Cab and a fresh paint job. Monticello's Wabash 1189 sits outside on shop truck... (more)
NS 14G is seen cruising under the overlook bridge w/ a Dash9 & a SD70M-2 leading up the slope! This train went into emergency a few miles up the line so I ended up seeing this train again at the ... (more)
DD40X, Wabash F7 and a ex HLCX SD40-2? What a combo!
NS 3502 and 3504 await Admirial Cab conversions. Although the units being bought from Helm Leasing last year, These units having only 81' Noses, are slated to get cut down and the NS designed admi... (more)
Summer has arrived on the Wheeling's famous east end...
21T rockets out of Harrisburg with a quartet of locomotives taking the train westward for Kansas City.
Buffalo Pittsburgh train SIRI slowly negotiates its way through the Horseshoe curve at Gifford PA.
Nickel Plate Road No. 759, a fan trip favorite in the 1960s and '70s, is brought back to life for one night at Steamtown National Historic Site. Jeff Adda poses with the big Berk as part of "... (more)
Bringing the black diamonds into Tamaqua.
Sunrise casts a golden glow over "Old Rivets" as it proudly sits in the yard along with other classics from Pennsy's Golden Age of Railroading.