Pennsylvania Northeasterns "Peach" as everyone call's it, brings out 1 empty Plastic Pellet Hopper out of Double H Plastics in Warminster, PA on the J930 Contract Job for New Hope & Ivyl... (more)
War Torn PN SD40 5577 drill's out BP Castrol in Warminster on the J930 contract Job for New Hope & Ivyland, while the engine may look beat, it still pulls well and is a reliable engine for Pennsyl... (more)
After working the interchange with the ESPN at Telford, PA, Pennsylvania Northeastern train L160 is on its way back to Lansdale crossing Vine St in Hatfield, PA on the former Bethlehem Branch of t... (more)
Once home to the Reading's T-1s and ALCOs, sections of the one time double tracked Bethlehem Branch are now operated by a couple of short lines, one being the Pennsylvania Northeastern. Here, a fo... (more)
While PN 8212 doesn't say Conrail anymore...the logo is still proudly there representing her past, seen here as she chugs through Downtown Souderton back down to Lansdale. PN is one of the last gr... (more)
Former Canadian National GP9 sits in Lansdale Yard out of service with a boarded up engineers side window.
The rare GE C39-8 leads a train south toward Lansdale after making a pick up of 30 cars from the ESPN in Telford. This is the former Reading Company Bethlehem Branch.
PN's 1972 Ex CP SD40-2 displaying a colorful array of battle wounds, as it still goes strong in 2017 as it drill's out some cars for customer on the J930 Drill.
An assortment of PNRR units sit idle in the small yard at Lansdale. PNRR 8211 C39-8 (ex-CR 6017) and PNRR 7210 GP9RM (ex-CN 7210) are visible. The GP9 is not in service.
PN'S 7010 hold up Traffic on Street Rd on a rainy friday.
Newly painted SD40-2W sits in the sun as New Hope & Ivyland's steamer gets steam up in the shop.
A former Conrail C39-8 rests in the back of the the New Hope & Ivyland shops awaiting to be repaired so it can once again return to service.
A reunited pair of CN motors both dawning different ideas of company paint take interchange cars to Telford for the ESPN in the evening light.
First day operating with new paint scheme. Returning to Lansdale, Pa from the ESPN interchange at Telford, Pa. This was one the Reading Company's Bethlehem Branch.
With a train of 50 tankers for Telford, A rare C39-8 sporting it's original Conrail paint creeps by the former Reading Souderton Station.