Nickel Plate Road Berkshire #759 rolls an excursion downgrade on historic Starrucca Viaduct in Lanesboro, Pennsylvania. The train will spend the night in Binghamton, New York, and return the next ... (more)
It's a Sunday afternoon, and the only activity in the yard is a rare mileage/fall festival excursion from Hagerstown. Several F7 sets idled nearby, distracting photographers en route to the festiv... (more)
An eastbound manifest bursts out of Roseville Tunnel into the sunlight on former Lackawanna rails. The train is minutes away from a meet with the westbound ES-99 Jersey Central run-through. 350mm ... (more)
A C&O freight works eastbound at the 1944 Blue Ridge Tunnel. This line is now operated by the Buckingham Branch Railroad.
A nearly new U30C is ready for departure with southbound coal loads.
On a snowy March day, a PRR (Penn Central) SD45 leads a westbound manifest under the approaches to the Rockville Bridge.
A PRR (Penn Central) GP9 leads a loaded coal train eastward toward Altoona. This is the first curve downgrade from Horseshoe Curve.
Erie Lackawanna E8 #827 (former Erie #827) catches the late afternoon sun at the Hoboken roundhouse. Ektachrome-X original.
GG-1's on freight, coming and going! The icing on the cake was the trailing motor on the right- the unique "Old Rivets" #4800.
This manifest out of Enola Yard will be crossing the Susquehanna River via the Rockville Bridge momentarily.
Lehigh Valley's carfloat terminal was just north of Jersey Central's Communipaw ferry terminal. Across the Hudson River, the World Trade Center (North Tower) is under construction.
A Jersey Central freight rolls eastward through Bethlehem during a March snowstorm. The leased N&W power is welcome relief for Jersey Central's aging roster.
Former Erie HH660 units at work in Weehawken. Notice the partial repaint- the heralds have been altered to Erie Lackawanna.
Notch-nose Alcos rule at Maybrook Yard- for now. The Poughkeepsie Bridge Route via Maybrook would close in less than a year. These are former New Haven units on former New Haven rails. Did you spo... (more)
The Hornell Shops did not spoil the appearance of Baldwin DRS 4-4-1500 #1105 during conversion to a slug. It looks pretty much like a proper Baldwin B-unit would.