With its normal run of UPS trailers out of New Jersey, NS 21M cruises through Horningford, PA on its way to Chicago, IL. This part of the NS Pittsburgh Line is the former PRR Middle Division.
Amtrak 43, known as Amtrak 07T, also known as the westbound Pennsylvanian, charges west through Horningford, PA on the ex-PRR Middle Division.
Amtrak 07T heads west through the farm fields of Horningford, PA on the ex-PRR Middle Division with its usual consists of Amfleet coaches in tow.
With a SD40E normally assigned to helper operations out of Altoona, PA, NS 539 grinds west through Horningford, PA with an empty PPL coal train in tow.
Dwarfed by the mountain behind it, one of the last blue ex-CR SD50s leads NS 11J through Horningford, PA on the ex-PRR Middle Division.
Heritage Unit 1073 "Penn Central" leads 21J through the PRR signals at Horningford.
NS 63V runs Main 1 west through Horningford, with a unique leader recently equipped with PTC.
Pennsylvania Railroad Middle Division
The trees were late in turning this fall and evil portents of signal changes were spreading up the river valley. If logical from the aspect of uniformity it is nevertheless deplorable that the her... (more)
In the peaceful, rural valleys east of Altoona the railroad follows essentially river grade for over 100 miles along Spruce Creek and the Juniata and Susquehanna Rivers. On a Sunday early afternoo... (more)
A daily Amtrak shuttle between Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and New York traverses through the scenic Juniata River Valley in the South Central part of the Pennsylvania passing countless scenes like t... (more)
A westbound drops the track two intermediate from clear to stop as it speeds through the tiny hamlet of Horningford.
The last bits of fall color are still clinging to the side of Blue Mountain as a freight speeds west through Horningford.
The signals on the Middle Division at PT174 near Horningford, PA. Five trains passed in a span of 40 minutes. Here an eastbound approaches silhouetting the ... (more)