Featured in Trains magazine April 2015, Kiski Junction's SW900 poses on Mother's Day in the Lehigh Valley heritage paint scheme. Originally built in May of 1938 and re-built in 1956, it shines lik... (more)
Winter has no schedule. A frozen switch causes delay and requires more than just the local's crew to thaw out. Traffic is backed up on the Conemaugh while MOW crew gets out the rosebud to melt the... (more)
NS 718, an ex Conrail GP38 CR2940 since converted into an RP-E4C slug, along with NS 3095, a GP40-2, back across the bridge to pick up some gondolas left by the Kiski Junction R.R. Weather conditi... (more)
An eastbound coal drag destined to Huff, PA accelerates through Kiski Junction after having to wait for the track crew to thaw out a switch to allow the Local train to back into Schenley to pick u... (more)
Having just crossed the Allegheny River an eastbound Conway to Enola manifest heads east with some extra engines to be dropped off at the Juniata Locomotive shop in Altoona.
With extra locomotives from Conway going to Altoona, NS 10G heads east into the rising sun as it skirts the Kiskimentas River.
Where else can you find an SW900 with one of the earliest operating Alco S1's? Taken during a Dynamo Productions photo charter.
This switcher is rarely used outside of the yard, so seeing it pull the passenger train during this Dynamo Productions photo charter was a rare treat.
After a successful Dynamo Productions photo charter, this ex-Army switcher is tied down for the day. Note the ornament on top of the bell.
Hidden Ruby. This loco wears the paint scheme of its original owner. It was built for the Lehigh Valley as an NW2 and rebuilt in 1956. Here, we see it switching loaded gondolas of scrap metal d... (more)
Looks like someone didn't think too highly of Penn Central. This gon will soon be pushed to AK Ludlum Steel to be loaded with scrap and brought back at a later time to be interchanged with the more)
KJR 7135 poses over the Kiski River for a photo op for both the passengers and I. Photo taken at the confluence of the Kiski and the Allegheny Rivers. The NS Conemaugh Line is to my right, the B... (more)
Charlie Bowyer watches in front of his S1 as it brings the train onto the Bagdad Branch during the final train of the day.
Kiski Junction Alco S-1 eases the passenger train to a stop on the 1899-built Kiski River Bridge during the fall foliage season.