two veteran units shove a coal train east towards the Alleghenies while a local switches some cars in Pitcairn Yard.
This little train marks the beginning of the end for Conrail as the Norfolk Southern Track Geometry Car is checking out the property that NS' plans to purchase.
Now used in yard service this old EMD product, originally built for the NW in June of 1978 is working with 2 RPU6 Slug units to switch Conway Yard.
A veteran SD40-2 leads 7 other units out of Conway yard. There are 2 sets of the newly built RP-M4C Mother and Slug sets on this train.
Some former Conrail units having work done at the shop. Its refreshing to find a G.E. standard cab unit in a sea of wide cabs.
A conductor talks with his engineer about the upcoming switch moves in Altoona as they get their morning shift gets started.
An Eastbound intermodal train heads for a crew change at New Castle Yard then on to Cumberland and Baltimore.
Three across at CP Wing. Everyone is waiting for a clear signal.
An auto parts train accelerates west after being stopped at the signals at Wing (Wilmerding).
An empty coal train rounds the bend in Wilmerding headed for the Mon-Line to be loaded.
A van train rushes West through Trafford, PA
A mixed freight heads west to Conway Yard, while a pair of sister SD60M's is tied down on the running track waiting for a crew to arrive. Conrail's 74 unit SD60M fleet was built by EMD between Dec... (more)
A pair of SD40-2 helpers pushes an eastbound, running wrong main toward Altoona, while a pair of SD60M's is tied down on the running track waiting for a crew to arrive.
An auto rack heads west through Wilmerding, PA.