For Our Troubles: After a long and challenging trip in the early morning darkness to get to Harrisburg, we finally made it to the iconic Rockville Bridge in time to see the 18N being solo led by a... (more)
Former Conrail CR 6766, SD-50, Rebuilt as an SD40E heads up a west bound train over the Rockville Bridge towards ENOLA Yard.
“Rockville Meet”A Norfolk Southern manifest, led by NS C44-9W 9475, meets eastbound NS intermodal 20W, powered by an AC44C6M duo, on the Rockville Bridge.
NS 20W (Chicago-A... (more)
The Strasburg-PHMC-Lancaster Chapter NRHS doubleheaded 7002-1223 steam special backing onto the Conrail Buffalo Line behind Rockville Tower. The tower was closed in 1986 and was later razed. Bot... (more)
Westbound empty coal train crosses the Susquehanna River on the Rockville Bridge. The Longest stone arch railroad viaduct ever built. The NS 4242 now a AC 44C6M was rebuilt from a C40-9W, NS 9035... (more)
NS 25P on the Rockville Bridge
George Hart’s ex-Canadian Pacific 4-6-0 972 leads an excursion commemorating the sesquicentennial of the 1835 CV charter into Rockville, Pennsylvania.
A nine-unit power servicing move from Reading approaches Rockville, Pennsylvania. After traversing the Rockville Bridge, the units will turn south to Enola, where they will be serviced.
Two Conrail SD40-2’s lead a westbound manifest into Rockville, Pennsylvania, on the east side of the Susquehanna River. Soon they will be crossing to the west side on the landmark Rockville brid... (more)
George Hart’s ex-Canadian Pacific 4-6-0 972 was relettered for the Cumberland Valley Railroad and ran several excursions in honor of the sesquicentennial of the 1835 CV charter. Here one of thos... (more)
A Conrail bay-window caboose and a Western Maryland safety caboose on a Hagerstown – Enola manifest pass the former PRR tower at Rockville, Pennsylvania.
A fresh Baltimore & Ohio GP40 leads an Enola-bound train westbound at Rockville, Pennsylvania.
Baltimore & Ohio’s daily run-through from Hagerstown has begun its return journey from Enola, passing south of Rockville, Pennsylvania.
Passenger trains from two different times share the storied Rockville bridge on the former PRR Middle Division. Amtrak’s eastbound Pennsylvanian with a l... (more)
Every weekend, Conrail gathered locomotives along the former Reading tracks serving Pennsylvania’s anthracite regions (now R&N), and sent them to Enola for servicing. The westbound move is seen ... (more)