The 4894 is westbound, just beyond the Bank Street crossing. The 4894 was built in April, 1940. Photo date is approximate.
The 4410 is eastbound, passing the L351-L352 signals by the parking lot of the Washington Boro United Methodist Church. The old PRR position lights have been replaced by modern hooded color-light... (more)
With northeast Pennsylvania’s trees in early blaze mode, a northbound Delaware & Hudson train rolls near the quiet borough of New Milford on its way from Scranton to Binghamton. Bicentennial TE56-... (more)
Rolling across Main Street in downtown Johnstown.
E-Rail-Chicago intermodal is northbound on main one over the Amity Street crossing.
The westbound Pennsylvanian splits the MP 310 signals at Loyalhanna.
The Scranton area has been in the news a lot lately, with both CP and Nay Aug Tunnel items....reminded me of when both portals were clear of brush (and storage cars) and CP's presence was strong. ... (more)
As a CSX freight heads east along the river and downtown Pittsburgh, the Incline continues to shuttle tourists and locals up to Grandview.
A NS local pulls from Island Avenue and snakes through some crossovers on its way east back into town. No doubt these SD40-2s passed those CPLs many times while wearing Conrail blue.
A pair of GG-1s switching tracks near the east end of Enola Yard. Note the wooden cat poles. The 4887 was built in April, 1939.
With Potomac Yard-bound freight in tow, Delaware & Hudson train RPPY (Rouses Point – Potomac Yard) rolls past the crumbling DL&W depot in Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Four EMD’s (three GP39-2’s and a ... (more)
Fall color is nearing peak as R&N 425 handles one of the railroad's leaf specials.