The Pennsy unit charging past the former Lucky Strike plant in Reidsville.
Norfolk Southern's Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit is backing up as it passes Groff's Grove on the Strasburg Rail Road, rolling through the Amish countryside as it heads for the NS/Amtrak inte... (more)
Norfolk Southern's Pennsylvania Railroad heritage unit backs past the Cherry Hill station (Population 17 More or Less) on the Strasburg Rail Road. The unit was on display at the Railroad Museum of... (more)
Pieces of the Past, Fragments of the Future
NS 8102 charges past HUNT tower at 4th Street in Huntingdon, PA. The tower, long closed, now serves as offices for the Huntingdon County... (more)
The PRR heritage unit leads a fast 22W over the stone bridge in Latrobe.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Heritage Unit backs past J-Tower after spending the weekend at the RR Museum of PA. In its heyday at Lemoyne, PA, as "LEMO" tower, PRR pin-striped E-Units woul... (more)
The PRR Heritage Unit looks a bit out of place rolling through the Amish farmland on the Strasburg's light jointed rail. It's heading back to Leaman Place Junction and the Amtrak mainline after ha... (more)
After uncoupling from it train, NS 111 (Kansas,MO-Chattanooga,TN) with the Pennsy Heritage Unit is guiding its way in reverse through the turnouts on its way to the west thoroughfare track toward ... (more)
NS train No. 12V roars east on the Fort Wayne Line through Orrville, Ohio, passing the historic Orrville Depot with the Pennsy Heritage Unit leading the way on home rails. The Wheeling & Lake Erie... (more)
On 9/11, 8102 quietly sneaks by Gastonia with a little horn show. You never realize how quiet trains can be until you here them sneak up on you when there aren't any crossings around.
The NS 8102 Pennsylvania leads the NS 756 south through Stoneville.
Norfolk Southern 776 heads West on the Fort Wayne Line with the Pennsylvania heritage unit leading.
Running on former Pennsylvania Railroad track, the PRR heritage unit splits the PPL's at North Robinson in the last golden rays of sunlight.
On a balmy Summer afternoon, Norfolk Southern loaded coal train No. 776 pounds the diamond at CP Wandle in downtown Canton, Ohio with the Pennsy Heritage Unit leading the way on home rails.