With a long string of autoracks in two, NS 27N rolls through Cove, PA and into the late afternoon sun.
Moving at a brisk pace, NS 20K rolls through Cove, PA and under the deactivated signal bridge at MP 116 on the NS Pittsburgh Line with a heritage unit trailing second.
Two geeps power a westbound empty hopper train. The second unit is CR 7656, ex-Lehigh Valley 310 GP38AC, still in its LV colors.
Still in its Erie-Lackawanna heritage colors but having received Conrail stenciling, CR 6688 was erroneously listed in Conrail's initial locomotive roster as an SDP45.
Norfolk Southern SD70 2503 leads two BNSF Dash 9s, with the third one still wearing the Santa Fe Warbonnet scheme, on empty oil train 65W in Cove.
A pair of consecutive numbered former Conrail SD60Is 6721 and 6722 bring a loaded gypsum train west in Cove.
Rolling under the signal bridge at MP 116, NS 20K heads east toward Harrisburg with an intermodal train full of UPS packages. This train originates in Chicago and is headed to New Jersey.
With the MP 116 signal bridge in the background, NS 21T roars through Cove, PA on its way west on the NS Pittsburgh Line. As of 2019, the Cove signal bridge has been taken out of service.
NS 955 heads east through Cove, PA with the NS business train in tow behind those glorious F units.
After many issues coming Harrisburg, 21M charges west on the Pittsburgh Line with 4 units and a large train.
Eastbound Broadway Limited- next stop Harrisburg where train will be split into two sections, one for New York City and the other for Washington, DC, and diesel power switched for electric GG1s.