Norfolk Southern with a BNSF in tow knocks the PRR signals down in Derry, Pennsylvania.
As the sun sets behind the hills that line Pittsburgh, The Roadrailer, NS 262, snakes above Carson Street on the Mon Line
While enjoying an excellent image of the very place I'm kicked back, NS Roadrailer train 262 starts up after two westbounds pass at Cresson. Still more foreign things are present, including the se... (more)
Far from the deserts of Arizona, this former Santa Fe warbonnet is a rare visitor through northern Ohio. Surrounded by the rage of winter storm "Electra," eastbound 262 splits the NKP signals at E... (more)
NS 262 Clears "Southwest Street" in Bellevue.
First light at Miller City.
With temperatures hovering around 50 and snow melting the Highland Cut is quickly filling up with fog. For the first time this day sun pokes through the overcast as Norfolk & Western heritage lea... (more)
Norfolk Southern eastbound RoadRailer train 262 is seen approaching Weavertown Road (in my childhood town) of Myerstown, PA on June 3, with the NS 9490 and 9224 duo. Train is running Number 1 mai... (more)
With a 10 mph speed restriction in effect, this short roadrailer passes the ancient grain elevator on the west side of town as they approach the IORY diamond.
Roadrailer 262, knocks down the clear signal on the position lights at CP MG and the EOT on the tail end of the train blinks away into the dark abyss. This is a 4 minute time exposure.
A pair of D9-40CWs, led by 9512, brings roadrailer train 262 through Altoona as some railfans extend a wave to the crew.
One of the few remaining two-track Pennsy signal bridges is illuminated by an approaching eastbound roadrailer.