Eastbound coming over Rockville Bridge.
Conrail 6339 passing Rockville Tower and heading for Rockville Bridge westbound.
The crew of a westbound Conrail TV train waits between Lucknow and Rockville as the weekly power servicing move from Reading heads toward Enola.
Double-header steam excursion with PRR 7002 & PRR 1223 from Strasburg to Harrisburg uses the wye at Rockville to turn the train for its return trip. This puts the train on Rockville Bridge, waitin... (more)
NS 6304 leads a westbound doublestack onto the Rockville Bridge. On the other track is a westbound manifest train that is slowly working toward Enola Yard.
NS 956 eases across a muddy and swollen Susquehanna River on a June morning. The Rockville Bridge is one of the largest stone arch railroad bridges in the world and was built by the Pennsylvania R... (more)
Conrail and B&O had a run-through freight between Enola and a point that I don’t recall on the B&O. Here it has just left Enola and is making its first of two crossings of the Susquehanna River. A... (more)
An eastbound Conrail manifest rolls across the Rockville Bridge. The switcher is probably being ferried to a local assignment after work at Enola or Altoona.
Conrail mixed intermodal train TV2 stretches across the Rockville Bridge in the last light of a June day.
One of the fleet of Westbound intermodals departs the Harrisburg terminal for its trip across the Pittsburg line.
7 locomotives lead an Eastbound mixed freight across the Rockville Bridge.
“WYE I Sing the Blues”Conrail BUEN (Buffalo-Enola), with CR SD40 6340 on point, is southbound at CP-WYE on the Buffalo Line, about to cross the Rockville Bridge, at 16:57 on 04/24/1988.... (more)
New Years Eve 1988, with two Conrail freights meeting on Rockville Bridge. Note the alignment of the original bridge to the right of the signal bridge.
Amtrak E8’s traverse the Rockville Bridge in the twilight of their careers.
The Head EndA Westbound intermodal climbs a freshly-powdered Horseshoe Curve above Altoona, the early-winter sun quickly fading behind Kitanning Gap. On the east leg, in the trees, ... (more)