A southbound empty Somerset train negotiates East View Cut a short distance southwest of Waynesburg, Pa. on the ex-Monongahela Railroad.
A trio of former MGA units, Nos. 2301, 2302 and 2303, now repainted in Conrail Blue and numbered Nos. 2031, 2032 and 2033, return to Bailey Mine on the Manor Branch to serve as pushers on the next... (more)
A northbound coal train crests the summit of the Manor Branch on the ex-MGA.
Reading Alco C630 no. 5301 (nee CR 6754) is joined in a short deadline by C430 CR2048 at Collinwood, OH. These were inherited by Conrail when its inception included absorbing several bankrupt rail... (more)
Conrail Business Train. Conrail E8 #4020 leads a 4 car "Office Car Special" through the snow at White Haven, PA. The train is on ex Lehigh Valley rails, with the old Jersey Cent... (more)
Northbound coal loads exit the north portal of Wayne Tunnel on ex-MGA rails.
One of the last GG-1s to retain its Pennsy yellow stripes and Roman numerals, the 4891 has reached the end of the line after nearly 40 years of service.
About 6:00 AM, CR 6493 South, led by four locomotives, experienced a derail at Mather, Pa. The four engines pulled the 31 empties still on the rails to a siding at Waynesburg. Since several trains... (more)
A quartet of Detroit Edison locomotives lead coal loads northward on Conrail's, formerly the MGA's, Manor Branch at approximately M 5.1.
A trio of then-new Conrail C32-8s head up Boston-bound piggyback train TV-6 on a late fall morning in Natick, MA. The former Boston & Albany line was the regular home for these distinctive humpbac... (more)
One of Conrail's ten GE C32-8s and a pair of C30-7As team up on the point of piggyback train TV-9 out of Beacon Park Yard in Boston as it swings through Weston, MA, on the former Boston & Albany.
Northbound coal loads traverse the ex-MGA's Manor Branch at approximately M 2.0.
A track geometry train enters the Manor Branch (M 0.5) at Waynesburg, Pa.
Freshly painted CR 2038, formerly MGA 2308, leads empties southbound through Clarksville, PA. The empties are destined for loading at Bailey Mine at the end of the Manor Branch.
Freshly painted CR 2038, formerly MGA 2308, and CR 2031, still in MGA livery, are the pushers on CR 6435 North at West Brownsville. Remnants of West Brownsville's industrial heritage, Sam Thomas D... (more)