Conrail’s local WJAL-12 switches the Lone Star Cement mill just west of Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local passes the site of the former Lehigh & New England Dexter tower. To the left, some cars to be picked up are waiting at the Lone Star Cement mill.
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local passes through the area known as Dexter, where the Lehigh and New England’s Martins Creek branch crossed the Lackawanna’s Bangor & Portland Secondary. From what I ... (more)
Evident in this photo of Conrail’s Cement Secondary local are assets that have belonged to five different post-1960 railroad companies that have disappeared since then... (more)
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local passes a local farm as it approaches Steuben. This job usually had two or three locomotives, but a light weekend as-needed call only warranted a single GP38.
Running on a Saturday, which was an “as-needed” day, Conrail’s Cement Secondary local makes a run for Bethlehem at Steuben.