Two PRR BH-50 Centipedes built by Baldwin Locomotive Works, skirts the banks of the Juniata River as they pass under the Route 11 & 15 bridge just north of Duncannon in February 1960. PRR purcha... (more)
A pair of GE units lead an eastbound intermodal over Sherman’s creek.
Empties East. If you hear "62V approach Cannon" on the radio, it might be best hold your nose with one hand and the camera with the other. This is the less potent direction of thi... (more)
About as spartan and bland as a locomotive could get, PRR 6208 leads hotshot CNY-4 on No.1 track through the super-elevated curve along the banks of the Susquehanna River in Duncannon, PA. There w... (more)
A westbound stack train makes its way through Duncannon, PA.
Back in the early days of Conrail only a few bursts of color are beginning to show through the uniform black overcast that pervaded Penn Central territory. Westbound hoppers are accelerating throu... (more)
The Pennsylvania Rail Road heritage unit soldiers on, crossing Sherman’s Creek on the one-time PRR Middle Division.
Later on that Saturday night, After driving just over 6 hours, we stop at the Bridgeview Inn for the night, and now here is NS 26E coming east past the old PRR Duncannon station with the Reading H... (more)
Six Arches To The Susquehanna. Amtrak Train 42 (Norfolk Southern Train 04T) crosses Shermans Creek in Duncannon, Pennsylvania on the afternoon of Friday, November 20, 2020 (AMTK 94, P42DC l... (more)
NKP 765 crosses the stone arch bridge in Duncannon Pa on its return to Harrisburg Pa
The train is a Conrail special (SPL) move with two cars of nuclear waste from the Three Mile Island meltdown in 1979.
It's heading to East St. Louis to be handed off to the Union Pacific.
From t... (more)