One of Norfolk Southern's latest ES44AC, being delivered in September, leads an extra section of the rolling pipeline.
Eastbound Amtrak 42 sweeps the big curve at Cove with Amtrak engine 42 in charge, the unit honoring veterans.
NS slug 611 and master 4651 heads out of Rose Yard with the local train C42 for Lewistown and Mifflin. The RP-M4C was built from GP50 NS/SOU 7014
Heading back to the house with 17 cars for Rose Yard. The crew on C42 makes its way west with mother/slug set. The GP59E was rebuilt from NS GP59 4606/EMD 8.
A one of a kind switch engine shoves a cut of cars in Rose Yard. This rebuilt is rated at 2100 horsepower and has an extra big cooling system.
A SD70ACe and D9-40CW team up to move loaded gondolas of steel slabs past the former Hunt Tower.
Amtrak 43 completes its station stop at Huntingdon and starts to throttle up.
One of Norfolk Southern's newest creations, a SD60E heads west with empties for Shire Oaks, PA.
A crew is switching JBS with a remote controlled cabless genset. The genset is pulling big brother Dash 9 unto the turntable to move it to a different shall track.
An eastbound freight train slowly pulls through Rose Yard after a crew change with the New York Central heritage unit as the second engine.
A SD40E assigned to the general locomotive pool leads an empty gypsum train back to York Haven, PA after stopping for a crew change.
No stopping for a recrew and no helpers on the rear, NS 36A keeps on the move leaving Altoona behind. Power for the train is a set of ES44AC, 8067 and 8006.
I finally decided to go see CSX's Sand Patch and when I see this coming I know it is going to be a slow day. A Shuttlewagon pushing two flatcars with lights and a cherry picker on them for tunnel ... (more)
Empty coal hoppers head west under the signal bridge at Lilly.
20T is following behind Amtrak 43 as it makes its run up the mountain with one of the Altoona's creations leading.