Eastbound loads are not too far from the stiffest part of the west slope as they roll through a superelevated curve with a pretty clean ex-con 60I leader.
After returning to Juniata for some additional TLC, NS 7200 has been returned to the South Fork pool, and she basks in the late afternoon sun awaiting her next assignment..
The Southbound C91 passes through what used to be the South Fork dam which cause the Johnstown Flood. This is the 5th train being run to the recently re-opened Rosebud Mine in Windber, PA.
NS eastbound 22W speeds around the curve as the signal bridge shows a green for a close by westbound.
The shortest coal train I have ever photographed on the West Slope. Actually, this was a shopped car picked up earlier in the day at Cresson, Pennsylvania.
An eastbound stack train gets a friendly shove up the hill as they pass through South Fork, PA on a sunny fall morning.
Conductor on the helper 3347 assists with coupling on the NS 650.
The helpers' engineer rest his head as he awaits the departure of his train in South Fork, PA.
Four SD80MACs are on the rear of empty coal hoppers tied down just south of the yard at South Fork.
Bennett Levin's PRR E-8's round a curve just east of South Fork leading the 975 west towards Pittsburgh, PA on a beautiful summer evening.
It takes two sets of helpers to get 10G up the west slope these last two are on the end of the train
Altoona, PA's Railfest overnight Altoona-Pittsburgh trip heads west.
Amtrak's Pennsylvanian follows in the tracks of the E8's excursion train about 18 minutes later.
E8A's cruise west toward Pittsburgh, late saturday afternoon.
Two new consecutively numbered SD70Ms lead this stack train eastward under the signal bridge and through the sweeping curve at South Fork. The train came be seen through the trees to the right of ... (more)