NS 19K pops out of the siding on the south end of Leesburg
NS Elkhart-Marion 312 exits the siding on the old CCC&StL main. According to the Conrail Historical Society, this is the only ex-NYC line to have PRR color position light signals, which were inst... (more)
NS 8114 and a cut of MOW gondolas come to a stop to wait on southbound traffic in Leesburg, IN.
The classic ex-Pennsy signals are currently all red as nothing is coming CP19, North Leesburg. The Marion Branch runs south out of Goschen off the Chicago Line main, 111 miles south to the CSXT ma... (more)
The CNJ heritage unit makes an appearance on the NS Marion District. Although originally a NYC branch, when it was signaled by the Penn Central, PRR position lights were used.
Led by the CNW heritage unit, southbound 19K crests the top of the hill at CP 19, the north end of Leesburg siding on the Marion Branch.
With the NS MOW working crew loading up rail on the main, the autorack train sweeps around on the Leesburg siding and crawls out of the siding at CP 21 at the south end. Pennsy signals are still h... (more)
Typical NS trash leads 13K through Leesburg as they pass the Pennsy lights at CP 19 and begin the descent to CP 21 at the south end of the siding.
NS 13K South passes endangered ex PRR CPL signals at the north end of Leesburg Siding at CP19.
An impressive lashup of six elephant style units leads 19K south as they split the Pennsy lights at CP 19. Three brand new Ferrosur GE's are in tow.
NS 365 is pulling into the siding at Leesburg to meet 2 southbound trains.
In failing summer evening light a 365 passes a set of Pennsy signals on their way north.
Although it has been repainted, this ex-Conrail GE is right at home as it leads 13K down the Marion District passing CP 21 at the south end of the Leesburg siding.
As seen from a large gravel pile, southbound 13K takes the siding at Leesburg for a meet with northbound 365.
Southbound 143 starts the downhill grade at north end Leesburg splitting the PRR-style position light signals at CP 19.