NS 25Z roars under the signal bridge at MP 227 on the NS Pittsburgh Line. This signal bridge has since been removed as of 2019 as NS upgrades the signal system along the Pittsburgh Line.
Gone. These intermediate signals in Fostoria, Pa on the NS Pittsburgh line are now just a distant memory as of today (4-28-19), as they were taken down by NS crews in favor of cab signaling. Here ... (more)
Westbound double-stack on the NS Pittsburgh Line.
NS 25V turns South at Fostoria and into the bright morning daylight with SD70ACC 1800 leading
NS 1703 leading 67Z creeps through Fostoria on it's way to Altoona. Note the new Cab signal box. PTC mounts on the roof.
With a moment of sunlight after a long period of dreary wet weather, a westbound Norfolk Southern unit train curves through mountainous terrain in the small town of Fostoria, PA. In the background... (more)
NS 7628 leads a stack train under the Pennsy CPL bridge in Fostoria.
NS 9255 leads train 593 west through Fostoria, PA on a frigid winter day.
NS 23Z, a westbound intermodal train bound for 63rd Street Yard in Chicago, passes under the old Pennsy signal bridge in Fostoria, PA. The shadows are lengthening as the sun falls towards the hor... (more)
Horse-powered JetNS 4004 leads a 747 to Shire Oaks. One of the first 6 AC446CM rebuilds, it wears the Juniata variant the 'horse mane' scheme introduced by 4000 and 4001.
FridginianNS 1069 takes 12G under the PRR signals at Fostoria as the tail end of Winter Storm Stella continues to dump snow on Central Pennsylvania.
FRA, Round 2NS 906, a FRA Geometry research train, rolls quietly under the PT 227 signals at Fostoria. Interestingly, this signal still displays its 'G' grade sign despite NORAC rul... (more)
Push-PullA short train of gondolas run in a push-pull setup between two GP38-2s thru Fostoria, PA.
Gotta Go Fast!While winter hasn't yet unleashed much of anything on Central Pennsylvania in 2017, Norfolk Southern unleashed 'Foam Storm Hedgehog.' AC44C6M class unit #4000 ('Sonic ... (more)
A nice collection of ex-Pennsylvania Railroad position signals are on a fairly new signal bridge at Fostoria, Pa., just north (railroad east) of Altoona.