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".
The transition to Conrail is well under way
Note second GG-1 still has the yellow stripe from its Pennsy days
A new GEVO pulls it's train into the west end of Enola yard.
NS 9678 leads 11R into Enola Yard, after coming across the Rockville Bridge.
H3W crawls into Enola on B track as 33A and a yard crew shift on C and D tracks.
A yard crew brings 11R into Enola Yard. Included in the consist is former Amtrak F40PH 316. This unit last operated for MBTA and was reportedly sold to VRE in August, 2007.
NS 9732 leads a long manifest into Enola yard.
An NS train pulls into Enola Yard after comming across the Rockville Bridge.