A pair of patched forty-foot Conrail boxcars stand on a siding in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. These cars are wearing two of the Reading Company’s final paint schemes.
Big power, little street. The Norfolk Southern Corp line through Lebanon, PA is an example of main line street adjacent running in United States railroading that continues today as it parallels Sc... (more)
A 1993-built standard cab SD70 is passing under the PA Route 72 twin bridges in Lebanon. Note the "bloody bucket" symbol to the left of the locomotive, incorporated into the design of t... (more)
The Monongehela Heritage Unit passing Lebanon landmarks, L to R; the old city garage, Scull Street row homes, Yale Electric Supply, the 1900-built Reading passenger station, and the old Railroad H... (more)
The closest you'll get to street-running in Lebanon, with a view west along Lebanon's Scull St., showing the old Railroad House Hotel (now apartments,) row homes, and the twin Route 72 viaducts. ... (more)
Pennsy E8s under a rising moon on the old Reading Lines, heading to Harrisburg for the dedication of restored PRR GG-1 4859 the next day. The old Reading searchlight signal and Heilig's Moving an... (more)
The NS Allentown-Atlanta freight is dividing Lebanon in the late spring of 2014, as seen from the 9th Street bridge sidewalk. The last regularly-scheduled passenger train stopped at the old Readi... (more)
The front porches along Scull Street in Lebanon have a front-row seat for action on the old Reading Lines. In this view, an ex-Reading SW1001 is headed for the Bethlehem Steel plant, passing by n... (more)
A GP10 brings up the rear of a light engine move of nine units bound for Enola. This locomotive was originally built as a GP9 for the New York Central in October, 1955, and was upgraded by Paduca... (more)
The NS track crew has cleared up by the old Railroad House Hotel in Lebanon, as the Lackawanna Heritage Unit heads west on No. 2 Track
A pedestrian steps around the gate just as the Erie Heritage Unit approaches the crossing, and fortunately decides to go no further.
A short 36Q, eastbound under the twin PA 28th Division bridges in Lebanon.
Conrail Cornwall Branch action, on what's now the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail. The train is about to switch off the old Cornwall RR (Reading RR) line onto the old Cornwall & Lebanon (PRR) line, wit... (more)
Juniata Terminal's Pennsy E8s are passing under the twin 28th Division bridges, on their way back from Spencer, NC. Note the 28th Division's "Bloody Bucket" symbol, right.
The eastbound UP office car special is passing the old 1900-built Philadelphia & Reading Railway station in Lebanon at 4:25 p.m.