A colorful "Rivets" and friends
Conrail 6605 and sister 6603 wait in Enola Yard for their next assignment.
34A comes down into Enola Yard on A track where they will hold for a few minutes before getting into the yard.
This train is just north of Enola Yard in a picture taken from the aptly-named Overview Bridge.
Retired C39-8 8663 leads the deadline of other retired C39-8's and stored C40-8's at the Enola Diesel Shop. The remants of the Ex. PRR electrification can be seen in the background. Photo taken wi... (more)
NS C40-9W's 9680 and 9480, greet the morning sun in the west class yard of Enola. Photo taken with permission..
In a place where it once worked, GTLX NW2 9195 lays over on the steel track in Enola Diesel. Unit is in transit to the Connectiv Power Plant in Edgemoor, Del. Unit started life as Detroit Terminal... (more)
A pair of clean SD80MACs lead this loaded coal train into Enola Yard. Later, they will head down the Port Road Branch to deliver PP&L hoppers. This tunnel is actually a flyover of track D over G..... (more)
Elephant style SD80MAC's 7213-7214 wait on the Old Line in Enola for the day. Train will wait till later in the day to continue its trek to Baltimore, MD over the rails of Amtrak.. Photo taken wit... (more)
Rebuilt GP40-2 heads up a coal train to York Haven, PA waiting for a crew at the east end of the coal yard in Enola, PA. In the distance off to the right is an 058 combine train waiting for darkne... (more)
Former Conrail C40-8W, now NS 8422 waits with other power in the East Recieving yard in Enola, PA. Photo taken with permission..
Remote hump power 5214-2223 shoves another cut over the hump at Enola, PA. View is from the abandoned West Recieving yard that was reciently used for car storage. Photo taken with permission.
NS SW1001 2109 meets its demise on a bleak Central Pennsylvania day. Unit started life as Reading 2620 built in November, 1973 then was passed to Conrail and renumbered to 9420. NS got posession o... (more)
The H3W slowly approaches Enola Yard.
Eastbound entering Enola yard, on B track. Notice the SD40-2 and a switcher on the power.