With a UP C40-8 in the lead, an interesting mix of power leads CP 458 past the L&S lead and through Hanover, PA.
“Are You Doing Your Part (?)” CS/WM caboose (90)1803, in the green safety paint scheme, along with CS/WM (90)1863 (partly visible) in standard Chessie System attire, gets a Sunday off, ... (more)
A Pennsy 4-4-2 and a Chessie U30B are unlikely stablemates in this scene- the occasion being the 125th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. The PRR 7002 traveled from Strasburg the previous day... (more)
"The Last Western Maryland Locomotive" is appropriately stenciled on the side to the left of the cab number, 14 years after the demise of the WM. No. 6573 was built in August, 1971 as t... (more)
Vulcan Materials S2 3 works the company's quarry in Hanover, Pennsylvania. This unit's heritage is unclear, but it appears to be a former South Buffalo engine. Curiously, the numberboard on the ... (more)
Predecessor power wearing Chessie, Seaboard, and Family Lines paint occupy Hanover's former Western Maryland engine terminal.
The early morning sun glints off of D795's power as they head out of Hanover Yard to pick up the train further west. The sound of these EMD's on a chilly winter morning was awesome.
Two sets of GP40 mother and GP30 slugs are taking a break at the engine terminal at Hanover, Pennsylvania.
An unrenumberd Seaboard engine mingles with CSX and Chessie at the engine terminal at Hanover, Pennsylvania.
Nearing the end of his run, D796 proceeds into Hanover with a few cars.
Renumbered Chessie power waits for a new coat of Rebel Grey paint in the early days of CSX. This is ironic since these units are in Hanover, Pennsylvania, the main terminal on the mainline throug... (more)
Extremely rare meet between York Railway RJ2 on the seldom used Maryland and Pennsylvania West Branch and the empty rockrunner on the CSX Hanover Sub.
Old geep still sporting B&O paint in 1990.