NS 9275 East is crossing the Juniata River on an autumn morning. The classic stone bridge is one of a number of aesthetically pleasing structures prevalent along former PRR routes. It was construc... (more)
High N' Wide NS 098 with one export unit for somewhere over seas crosses the Juniata River.
Duel SD70ACe's cross the bridge in Mt. Union on 66R heading east.
Running eastbound with a long stack train NS 20T makes their way though Mt. Union with the mountains in the back and a UP SD70ACe in the lash up.
The NS OCS sails across the bridge at Mt. Union. Its final destination for the day is Rutherford yard in Harrisburg.
These 80,000 lbs 3 foot gauge coal hopper cars are seen near the location of the East Broad Top Railroad Coal Washing Plant in Mt. Union PA. These cars, along with a hundred or so brethren, have s... (more)
A home built box car is seen near the location of the East Broad Top Railroad Coal Washing Plant in Mt Union PA. This car, along with its hundred or so brethren, has sat here since April 13, 1956 ... (more)
A 70,000 lbs coal hopper car has been shoved on it's side so that the trucks could be harvested for a now aborted 3 foot narrow gauge passenger car build. This affords a seldom seen under side vie... (more)
These two East Broad Top hopper car couplers have been frozen in this position for every winter, spring, summer and fall since 1956.
When I look back on the panoply of life I have experienced i... (more)
This EBT 70,000 lb. capacity hopper is in a fight for it's life. First the protective paint came off, and the rusting began. Then a little sprig of a plant took root near the front journal. Larger... (more)
With a very clean stack, the 765 races east through Mt. Union PA.
NKP 765 leads NS 8100 across the bridge at Mt. Union PA.
The Junita River was a tad bit col but was worth getting the first of three NS Memorial Weekend Public Excursions with NKP 765 is seen crossing the concrete arch bridge in Mount Union, PA.
Eastbound NS manifest 36A passes through CP Jacks, just west of Mt. Union, PA, on Aug. 5, 2013, led by ES44AC No. 8020.