The Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS 8100 the NKP Heritage unit lead an NS employee excursion across the famed Rockville Bridge. Visible the lower left is the Bridgeview B&B.
Nickel Plate Road 765 and NS/NKP 8100 lead train 958, the Harrisburg Division employee excursion, across Rockville Bridge as the F units lead train 956, a deadhead business train, eastbound. For m... (more)
M6T with her all EMD consist of 3449, 7036, 5140 make their way Eastbound across the old Reading Railroad Bridge in the early morning sunrise enables the reflection in the almost calm waters.
The Susquehanna Limited, featuring the beautifully restored Pennsy E8s crosses the Susquehanna River on the famed Rockville Bridge. The trip was sponsored by the Conrail Historical Society making ... (more)
Eastbound at route 39 overpass , with exhibit, train for Norfolk Southern days , train passing thru a westbound on left and a eastbound on right , on banked curve in morning sun.
PRR Heritage Unit on former Reading trackage through Harrisburg, PA.
Welcome to the famous Rockville Bridge on the former PRR mainline near Harrisburg, PA. It is the longest stone masonry arched railroad viaduct in the world at 3,820 feet. Within 10 minutes of this... (more)
Reading 3620 at Rutherford Yard. Photo has been in my collection for years, no photographer listed on slide.
It's a still and frigid morning along the Susquehanna River as a westbound Altoona destined trash train crosses over the impressive Rockville Bridge into Marysville.
A westbound NS train for Enola Yard crosses the Rockville Bridge Westbound in early morning light - the mild winter yields no ice in the river.
Amfleet and architectural details
NS 7674 + 8976 + 9245 idle with their train on one of the Harrisburg Susquehanna River bridges. It was a crisp sunny morning and the start of a perfect railfanning day. © www.Tanago-Tours.com
We only shot Amtrak when we accidentally came upon a train so no information as to what train this was but I'd guess the "Broadway". That's an ex-RF&P unit in charge.
With the city of Harrisburg providing a backdrop, a southbound freight crosses the Susquehanna River bridge on the Lurgan Branch.
Pure Pennsy? Sure looks like it. A Pennsylvania passenger train with Harris Tower and the PRR Harrisburg station in the background. However it is 2011 and the train consists of a pair of E8s resto... (more)