The daily freight from Salamanca, NY to Punxsutawney, PA is just about to cross the state line as it splits what's left of the B&O signals that used to guard the line.
BPRR 452 and 3 other units lead the SIRI south through the tree gap coming up to State Line and crossing into Pennsylvania.
A former SP SD45, now owned by B&P, leads the M-F southbound train out of Salamanca through Limestone.
The Salamanca to Riker Yard freight rolls south pass these retired ex-B&O CPL signals at Limestone. This is an old B&O mainline, and lots of the signals have been turned and removed from service o... (more)
The daily BPRR freight splits a pair of decommisioned signals which leave little doubt as to the heritage of this line. The B&P 451 is dead due to a blown crankshaft just north of town... to quot... (more)
The southbound B&P freight was crossing the state line from New York into Pennsylvania