What better way to spend fathers day but taking your daughter out to watch a pair of ex-Pennsy E8s pass a former PRR station on the NE Corridor? Thanks to the Levin's for keep these beauties on th... (more)
With two Nor'Easters soaking the Northeast making for a dreary weekend, the two Juniata Terminal E8s pull the Conrail Historical Society's "Conrail Express" around the curve at Prospect Park.
Pennsy and Erie E8's lined up outside the Steamtown Roundhouse during Lackawanna Railfest 2007.
The Flaming Foliage Express behind Bennett Levin's PRR E8's pass by an old shed/barn and under the ex-PRR signal bridge at MP 199.
One of the more famous spots on the Buffalo Line is the overlook in the properly named town of Riverview.
The special rolls along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River past a small cemetery in the town of Hyner.
After turning at Keating the Flaming Foliage Express sits unnoticed by many in Renovo as a parade moves by down Erie Ave.
With some of the best color of the trip on the mountain in the background, the train passes a farm across the river from Muncy.
After turning the train at Keating the "Flaming Foliage Express" heads back to Renovo seen crossing the Kettle Creek in Westport.
The Flaming Foliage Express continues to roll through the valley behind PRR E8's 5809 and 5711. Minutes later the sky was completely overcast when the train arrived at Renovo.
After dropping some of the passengers off in Renovo the train continued north to turn on the wye at Keating. The special is seen approaching the bridge over the Kettle Creek.
After dropping some passengers off, the "Flaming Foliage Express" heads north to Keating to get wyed leaving the town of Renovo behind.
The Flaming Foliage Express passes by a farm north of Dewart on the ex-PRR Buffalo Line. This is the true definition of "sweet light" and "flaming foliage", the sun ducked behind the mountain no m... (more)
Just before clouds would roll in a cover the consist on the open part of the bridge, I got this shot of the whole train heading back north.
A lone goose hangs out on the shoreline of the Raritan River and watches the PRR E8's and their 6-car consist cross the bridge.