ex- PC/PRR SD35 is still pulling but the ex-EL SD45 is down for the count as the train stalls.
At 4:03 p.m. on the afternoon of October 22, 1989, a westbound Conrail freight cruises through New Carlisle, Indiana. Powering the train is an EMD 40-2 combo, with SD No. 6394 leading GP No.... (more)
Nearly eight years after the formation of Conrail, GP30 #2234 is still rocking its Penn Central black as it leads a mixed freight eastbound through Hammond while a westbound TV occupies the adjace... (more)
A pair of Conrail SD50s are seen headed eastbound toward Indiana with a string of Pennsylvania Power and Light hoppers. Tom Golden photo.
Readville to Selkirk westbound freight has left Worcester, Massachusetss and is heading toward Springfield as it runs beside the Quaboag River. This picture location is a favorite among Conrail/CS... (more)
Westbound on the former New York Central at Columbia avenue.
A Westbound Van train heads underneath a signal bridge with old tri-light signals leftover from the Pennsy days at MG Tower.
A classic early CR lashup leads a Westbound empty hopper train that has stopped for a crew change at Hornell. An ex LV GP38AC leads a pair of ex PC units and an ex RDG unit on a very hazy August a... (more)
A westbound Conrail TV (Trailvan) intermodal train cruises into Chesterton, Indiana, at 7:06 p.m. on the afternoon of June 30, 1990.
With a massive Steel mill looming out of the morning haze across the Ohio River in the background, Conrail GP38 #7887 is just entering Conway Yard.
A lone Conrail GP7 with the Interlake Steel bottle train is seen crossing the Indiana Harbor Belt and B&OCT mainlines at Cal Park Junction as it traverses the now-gone former Pennsy line. Tom Gol... (more)
Westbound Conrail freight ELBN4 passes through a snow squall between Rolling Prairie and La Porte, Indiana, on February 25, 1990.
An eastbound Big Blue shines through on a gloomy day with three neat old Canadian Pacific Railway 40' boxcars.
This four unit lashup is rolling east past Nero tower on a cold, wet, and overcast day.