Very first GG1 with the original riveted body. Locomotive was only one painted in the blue Conrail scheme.
The engine terminal in Enola was genuinely off-limits to railfans without special permission. Thanks to a kind employee and letter to the Division Superintendent, a release was arranged for June ... (more)
An interesting set of light power is seen at the west end of Enola Yard. A pair of leased CEFX SD40-2s (7111/3179) bracket an NS "Conrail Quality" SD38 (3805).
KCSM GP22ECO-M 2402 and KCSM GPTEB-C 401 were just passing thru Enola enroute to the B&P. Photo taken with permission.
Green Goat NS 100 is pulling a cut of cars as various power sits and works in the yard along side.
NS 9202 travels to Enola Yard...
The eastern end of Enola yard looking pretty busy. The deadline can be seen on the very left hand side of the frame while a set of units shuffle cuts of cars around.
NS 614 exits Enola Yard, passing by mile marker #69, on the Port Road Branch.
NS 9576 leads autotrack train 25G into Enola Yard, past an outbound mty coal train 631.
Today's version of the 34A has a treat in the form of 2 SD9M's, 52-57 dead in tow heading into Enola Yard o a beautiful early spring day. The units which are nothing more than remote drones, were ... (more)
W4A slowly pulls into Enola Yard.
38Q nears the end of its run as it slowly enters Enola Yard.
A remote controlled set of GP38-2's build an outbound train at the west end of Enola Yard...