The Friday night photo session is starting to wind down, with the Pennsylvania 5711 having its engine and lights turned off. Nothing like feeling you have been transported back in time to the 195... (more)
An early morning rain runs down the nose of the Juniata Terminal's former PRR E8. See more of my work at www.vidivides.com
E and F units of various schemes wait patiently, their backs to the stage, for the barrage of railfan photographers the following day. Pictured from left to right are Wabash E8 1009, DL&W-painted ... (more)
Southern E8A 6900 sits with Erie E8A 833, UP E9A 949 and Iowa Pacific E8A 511 in the yard in Spencer, NC
As "Streamliners at Spencer" was winding down, the south yard was active while units were being assembled for the trip home.
One of the Pennsylvania E8s leads a short passenger train south out of Spencer.
MoPac’s eastbound Missouri River Eagle has shrunk to three cars on Sept. 24, 1967 as it sails into Pleasant Hill, Mo., headed for St. Louis. Two T&P E-8’s have replaced the E-7’s; No. 34 former... (more)
"Cabs on the Susquehanna"
A High-Hood GP50 leads the first of two special moves on June 04 through Harrisburg. NS 044 crosses the Susquehanna River on the Reading Bridge with five ... (more)
"On the Old CVRR" The southern end of the NS Lurgan Branch is actually the old Cumberland Valley Railroad that went from Harrisburg, PA to Winchester, VA. The CVRR was later acquired b... (more)
"Farming E's" Passing the quiet hamlet of Lee's Croassroads
One of the Pennsylvania E units poses in front of Barber Junction with a passenger train.
The Pennsylvania Rail Road 5809 Spencer Streamline returning from North Carolina. Was racing back to Philadelphia ahead of a thunderstorm rolling in.
Photo by Shawn A Leightcap