Norfolk Southern loaded coal train 510 descends the mountains on the East slope near Altoona, PA.
Maryland Midland UBTT does some shifting at Keymar Fertilizer with their "heritage unit" for power. For the move Northbound, the caboose was used as a shoving platform since this line ca... (more)
A toe-numbing morning along the Lurgan Branch in the early hours of the morning on December 21, 2014 started my chase of the NS 956 with the OCS returning from South Carolina. As the sun began to ... (more)
NS 64R with the Erie Heritage Unit leading the way through downtown Johnstown, PA. This started a long chase across Pennsylvania, which took much longer than it should have for this train.
For some reason, the information for this train is lost in the universe somewhere. Sometime in the summer of 2014, a Westbound intermodal emerges from the Gallitzin tunnel.
Wilmington and Western's EMD SW1 pulls the first excursion of the day back towards the station after taking passengers to Mt. Cuba.
After spending the night in Baltimore (it arrived in Baltimore the previous night), Q370-08 finally got a new crew downtown and continued Eastbound on the Philadelphia Subdivision with some fall f... (more)
The headlights of RBMN 2530 cut through the night while waiting at N. Reading for permission onto Norfolk Southern rails.
The Reading Turn holds at N. Reading before crossing onto Norfolk Southern rails to work Spring Street yard in Reading, PA. This is the first run for these locomotives together on a train, both we... (more)
A westbound stack train crosses the Susquehanna River on an unusually comfortable August afternoon.
Not too long after sunrise, NS 747 with a popular heritage unit duo pauses over the Susquehanna River in Harrisburg, PA. With a crew not called for almost another hour, this was a popular shot for... (more)
Norfolk Southern train 21E crosses over into control of the NS Altoona East Dispatcher at CP-CANNON with a trio of locomotives hauling high priority inter modal traffic out of Harrisburg.
The Steelton Local returns to Enola Yard with 3 days worth of loads being pulled by one of the few high hood GP38ACs left in service on NS.
Amtrak P42DC #145 leads AMTK 42(29)/ NS 04T across the world famous Rockville Bridge.
NS 64R prepares to depart Enola Yard for the Delaware City Refinery just a few hours away with a good run.