Only days out of the paint shop, the Enola H15 puller crew readies it for a solo run to York Haven with 105 coal loads..
10G slowly enters Enola Yard
Enola Yard employs an interesting variety of yard power... a newly rebuilt and repainted Ex-Conrail SW1500 (with a new AC unit) is stuck between two radio equipped high-short hood GP38-2's...
The crew of H2W will be getting some extra ventilation on their way up the Buffalo Line whether they want it or not... the front door is missing!
Dropping back to Enola a couple days later, I found that the Operation Lifesaver OCS was still there, so I took out my trusty tripod and had a go at it... note how shiny both the locomotive and ca... (more)
An Operation Lifesaver OCS train is parked at the south end of Enola... I must say the OL paint scheme looks pretty good on the rebuilt GP50...
A former Conrail GP38 still earns its dollars switching out the shop locomotives at Enola Yard until it comes time for its rebuild. This is the second active former Conrail GP38.
Local H35 from the Steelton pipe mill, passes outbound 13N leaving for points west.
Local H35 from Steelton passes a new switch that NS M/W crews are going to put in.
The 1st KCS Southern Belle to visit Enola, PA comes in on a loaded coal train. Train is seen on G track, this power would later come back out and be turned at Rockville Bridge so the NS unit will ... (more)
An orange BNSF unit leads NS train 11R off of the Buffalo line and into the west end of Enola yard.
A local off of the Buffalo line enters the west end of Enoal yard.
The 6000 is Conrail's SD35 class unit. The second unit, an Alco Century, demonstrates why an Alco is sometimes called an "honorary steam locomotive".