Norfolk Southern ES40DC 7547, in primer, leads an empty coal train west at Port Royal on April 29, 2006. The signals are gone now, but the Route 75 overpass that dates back to 1910 is still in use... (more)
Amtrak 43, the westbound "Pennsylvanian", runs Track One this day.
NS ES44AC 8154 roars under the bridge and past the now fallen 151 signals at Port Royal, PA. Classic PRR signals like these are falling victim to the ongoing signal project on the NS Pittsburgh Li... (more)
Eastbound at mp 151 signals,
Eastbound splitting the ex PRR Signals.
A standard cab SD70 leads a couple of foreign BNSF GEVOs under the overpass at Port Royal, PA. The old Pennsy signals still stand but perhaps not for much longer. This is my first time to photog... (more)
NS 8062 East brings a long intermodal train under the 1910 vintage overpass in Port Royal, PA.
An eastbound empty coal train splits a pair of endangered ex-PRR position light signals and gets ready to pass under PA Hwy 75.
An eastbound train passes under the 1910 concrete bridge at Port Royal, Pa. The concrete bridge's days may be numbered; the ex-Pennsylvania Railroad position light signals' days are definitely num... (more)
Empty oil train 67W heads west as it passes the PPL's in Port Royal on a mild summer night.
In a scene that will change forever (for the worse) in the near future, NS mixed freight 14G from Conway to Morrisville, PA splits the old Pennsy style position light signals and approaches the 10... (more)
Westbound at mp 151.
Eastbound passing under the 1910 highway bridge.