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.
We're deep into the PRR steam era from the Dziobko camera. Assuming the date on the slide is the date the photo was actually taken, it would seem to contradict the late Don Ball, Jr., in his book... (more)
NS 9401 leads the High & Wide 62A into Enola Yard on track A, with John Deere and Case Combines.
Steam and diesels coexist in this 1955 PRR scene at the Enola enginehouse. PRR Class M1a.
John shot color film for the most part, but here is a b&w from his collection. This is the old depot as seen from a train. The truck door is lettered "Pennsylvania Railroad Enola, PA."
A booster unit is shoved past John's camera. PRR Class AF16.
Two mixed freights meet at the west end of Enola.
12R slowly enters Enola Yard.