A pair of SD50s bookends an SD40-2 bringing Conrail OIPI (Oak Island to Conway) off the west end of Rockville Bridge into Marysville on No. 2 track, on April 24, 1988 at 15:40.Lo... (more)
Sunset on the Rockville. Recently I have found myself photographing more of the shortline railroading around the country. Usually you are relegated to working with the weather or lighting that occ... (more)
NS 20X sits on the Rockville Bridge waiting for westbound traffic to clear so it can head into the yard in Harrisburg.
The fall colors have not yet found south east Pennsylvania as 2 trains wait to get into Enola yard while a ballast train comes across the Rockville bridge.
NS HH11, with NS 6340 running long hood forward, crosses the Rockville Bridge as the train comes into Enola Yard.
NS SD70ACe 1179 leads train 257 across the Rockville Bridge with some unusual container loads in the consist.
Completed in 1902 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the Rockville Bridge is, at 3,820 feet (1,160 m), the longest stone masonry arch railroad viaduct ever built. The bridge crosses the Susquehanna Ri... (more)
NS 8107 leads a westbound intermodal off of the Rockville bridge, as it heads west on its journey on the Pittsburgh line toward Altoona.
NS 4155 leads an assortment of power across the Rockville Bridge towards Harrisburg.
NS AC44C6M 4561 leads 27G across the Rockville Bridge.
Central Pair. Webb Rail's former New York Central Railroad Budd built Pullman obs/diner "Babbling Brook" (WEBX 800007) was joined by former New York Central lounge/diner "Swi... (more)
One of Enola's many yard jobs, HO02 brings some cars down from the Buffalo Line with two SD40s.
Who Pulled the Fire Alarm?
NS H63, the Enola Yard Switcher pulls out a cut of cars with NS 911, the First Responders SD60E. This unit, along with another SD60E has been held captive in Eno... (more)
Bridge Meet By Bridgeview. Any visit to the Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast in Marysville, Pennsylvania involves be alert for an endless stream of trains crossing the Susquehanna River over the ... (more)
A short ballast train arrives in Enola with a Conrail-painted GP38-2 providing sole power.