In the pre-dawn hours a string of tank cars slowly wend their way through the yard towards the hump.
It's 5:28 AM and the yard switchers are busy shoving cars through the light fog and up and over the hump.
The engine crew exchange waves with a local farmer as LC #40 rolls by.
#40 quenches her thirst before retiring for the evening.
#60 emerges from the bridge portal.
#40 rolls under the water plug in the NH&I yards at the beginning of another work day.
New Hope & Ivyland, relettered for Lancaster and Chester waits in the evening twilight for passengers at the New Hope station
At twilight, with the Susquehanna reflecting the deep blue evening sky and traffic zipping by on Rt. 22/322, an eastbound NS freight knocks down the signals on the Rockville Bridge.
Sodium vapor lights and fog - 6:46AM
The bottom and top of the Susquehanna. An eastbound freight crosses over the slow moving Susquehanna whose river bottom is illuminated by a nearby sodium vapor light in a parking lot.
Switchers shuffle cars in the autorack yard.
Autoracks awaiting assignment.
The westbound Pennsylvanian meets a held-for-orders freight on the bridge.
Follow the dotted line - FRED brings up the rear of a pre-dawn freight.
Yorkrail 1604 paired with Genessee & Wyoming 1600 brings up the rear of an eastbound pusher move.