24Z roars up the West Slope during a decent snow squall.
Oops! The Rose Yard job split some switches while doing their work this morning.
Coal on the Shawmut! Buffalo and Pittsburgh C-LJNS eases it's way downgrade on the Mosgrove Branch. At the bottom of the grade it connects with the former Pittsburg and Shawmut main. The train is ... (more)
NS 955 is in the final miles of its somewhat chaotic journey to Atlanta and back, being plagued with brake issues in Atlanta, it had an SD60 leader North up to Harrisburg, once they were ready to ... (more)
RJC-02 heads South towards Cresson with 25 cars for Park Yard and 85 grain empties.
NS 740 heads West through the New Galilee area with the 8098 leading through former CR territory.
Buffalo and Pittsburgh's PSDB is seen pulling through South Driftwood, a sight apparently seldom seen with the B&P, even more so with Wellsboro and Corning power leading. The train would come to a... (more)
The NS Training First Responders train, running as NS 043, is seen coming off of the seldom used loop track that connects UN Jct. to AR. This was one of the parts of the ferry move from Altoona to... (more)
RIBT is approaching it's destination of Butler, but the train is in dynamics as they approach WS, where they will have to stop and get a track authority to move into the yard.
BP 3063 leads RIBT down the former B&O main towards Butler through a snowy wonderland.
NS 3435 rests in bay 27 of the famed Juniata Shops. This ex-PRR SD40 has fallen victim to the SD33ECO rebuild program, meaning that nearly everything besides the frame, trucks, and a few other par... (more)
Two Everett geeps work the Appvion mill in Roaring Spring on a dreary, foggy day.
SD40-2 3478 leads coal loads from Clymer, Pa through the crossing on the Northern side of Burnside past the station.
Strasburg 90 is seen rolling back towards the museum on a beautiful November evening.
NS 593 passes under the Western signal of UN Junction, which is still a PPL. This train featured a standard cab SD70 duo, a lashup worthy of a chase.