A late running 34A is southbound on Amtrak, destined for Bayview Yard in Baltimore.
The NS NYC heritage unit leads the 34A across the historic Rockville Bridge as the sun begins to set.
The NYC Heritage Unit is pulling into Enola with 34A, an Allentown to Baltimore mixed freight. It will work the yard then head down the Enola Branch, Port Road, and NEC towards Bay View Yard in Ba... (more)
Eastbound with manifest train.
34A nears Enola as it crosses the Rockville Bridge on a cold saturday morning. In the consist is an RPU6, a slug unit made from an old Alco and supposedly involved in the accident where 1071 was d... (more)
The class unit for NS's SD70M-2s leads 34A west across Harrison Street in Allentown, PA. The former Conrail unit trailing is NS 3805, an SD38. These units, of which NS owns just under twenty, are ... (more)
Westbound manifest train 34A is seen about to cross Harrison Street in Allentown, PA on a rather hot morning in early June. The three units behind the lead two are all shop engines which will be s... (more)
After working Hershey, 34A heads west on a snowy December day.
Norfolk Southern's Allentown to Enola freight - 34A - arrives at Hershey, PA behind an interesting mix of GE and EMD power, with several models represented: NS C40-8W 8431 leads, C40-9W 8914, C40-... (more)
After stopping in Bowers due to bad air pressure through the train, 34A is now back on the move, crawling westward through Lyons, PA under a predominatly cloudy fall sky.
34A picks up some cars from the small yard at Hershey.
34A enters Enola Yard on track B while the power for 31T backs up to tie onto its train.
Having made its setoff in the small yard at Heshey, PA, 34A pumps air for its air test and will soon continue its way to Enola, PA..
The icy shallows of the Susquehanna river are already in shadow, but the bridge still has a little more time in the sun...
NS 2727, 9511, 8402, 9335, bring NS-34a, through West Laurel on Saturday December 12, 2009 @ 10:04am. Due to in-op cab signals the power would be spun & 9511 would soon be the leader. Shame the ... (more)