Rescue Me: After spending the week touring Ohio promoting Operation Lifesaver, the Honoring First Responders unit heads to Altoona via Conway.
Orange Crushed: A now scrapped B&P 454 along with a sister SD45 leads BTNC across the now closed Waterfront Rd. grade crossing in Franklin Township, Beaver County, PA.
The Ashtabula Special: The ferry move slides south through the farmlands north of Youngstown on the Youngstown Line en route to Hazleton Yard.
A lone Dash 9 leads 15 Erie built GE CM20EMP locomotives for Indonesian Railways to Roanoke for export.
Short lived Meadville-Ferrona-Hazelton-Conway 11M gets ready to continue south after finishing up work at the former EL Ferrona Yard in Hermitage, PA at daybreak.
Exhaust belching and sanders are sanding as an underpowered 18A struggles in the late afternoon as it approaches Conway.
Dancing Queen: A special move the evening before had B unit 4275 run from Altoona to meet it's brethren in Cleveland, now the full A-B-B-A consist motors east on a VIP move.
Wagons East!: After getting a fresh crew and a new load of Pittsburgh Division dignitaries, NS 952 pulls from East Conway as seen from the recently reopened to the public bridge.
St. Louis Museum of Transportation's ex-UP DD40X 6944 is in the consist as it heads back to home rails after receiving a fresh coat of Armor Yellow at the NS shops at Altoona.
St. Louis Museum of Transportation' ex-UP DD40X 6944 is just about 20 miles into its second leg home headed west on NS manifest 35N.
Philadelphia and West Chester Traction Company 78 takes a break at the PA Trolley Museum between rides.
A true heritage unit, Chicago & North Western painted Dash 9 leads a Trailer Jet back to the Chicagoland area after an all night run from Baltimore.
Slabs from AK Steel's Butler plant head to finishing at Middletown, OH.
The Ice Castle: Youngstown's tallest building, Stambaugh Stadium, the home of the four time NCAA I-AA football national champion Youngstown State University Penguins looms in the background... (more)