Pennsylvania Heritage Unit performing pusher duty has just come off the Gilbert Branch and is headed east on the Pokey mainline, caught here in the sharp curve at Old Joe...
NS J67 (with the PRR Heritage unit leading) is 10 miles from the Pokey Mainline enroute to Ned (Gilbert Yard) to give 826 (with 100 loaded hoppers) a push...
The NS 8102 Pennsylvania leads the NS 756 on the Pumpkin Vine, crossing the trestle over the Smith River and on south to Belews Creek Steam Station in Belews Creek, NC
NS 756 crosses US 220 in the setting sun light of a very warm and windy Winters day on March 3rd, 2016. Due to the evening sun the small dip where the road sits is covered by the shadows of trees... (more)
The NS 8102 Pennsylvania leads the NS 756 on the Pumpkin Vine, crossing over the trestle at Prillaman Switch and on south to Belews Creek Steam Station in Belews Creek, NC
The NS 8102 Pennsylvania leads the NS 756 south on the Pumpkin Vine, crossing over the remains of the now defunct Danville & Western. This approximately one mile section is still used to service a... (more)
After being called out of Bluefield to assist the 83G climb the Elkhorn Grade after breaking a knuckle at Switchback, Norfolk Southern's "Lehigh Valley" and "Nickel Plate" heri... (more)
Pennsy Heritage pushes a loaded coal train up Elkhorn Grade at Maybeury during a heavy snow storm.
Pennsy Heritage unit #8102 is the rear end pusher on this loaded coal train, seen from high above Welch Tunnel.
The Pennsylvania heritage unit shoves an eastbound coal train through the tunnel at Elkhorn. While these signals still stand, the mast for the new Safetrans signals is standing behind me here.
NS 8102 is the rear helper for this Pokey pusher set as it slogs up the hill pushing a loaded coal train at Northfork.
After stalling out, the pushers of the 83A prepare to lead the train back up the Pokey a little ways to try to enter Bluefield Yard again.
NS 751 eases out of the Plant Allen lead and prepares to run around their train.
Pennsy in the Carolina's. Well after hearing 751 talking to the Charlotte Dispatcher I knew he had 8102 and I knew it would be leading so I went to catch him in Belmont.
750 breaks the silence in Old Fort during a major east coast rainstorm on this cool November night.