Allegheny 2102, ex-Reading T-1 2102, with ex-PC SD35 6021 assisting, leads a twenty car Pittsburgh-Altoona round trip excursion train eastbound.
The last day of operation for the PRR position light signals was the weekend of June 8th, 2019; as crews quickly worked their way across the NS Pittsburgh Line. On Saturday evening, a loaded stone... (more)
As the crew of the stone train ties down on track 4 at South Fork PA, a mixed freight glides down grade. The PRR signal in this shot would be removed less that 48 hours later, and this was the las... (more)
A duo of SD80macs back their train (which is lead by two more 80s) into the track 4 siding at South Fork PA; while a NS hotshot intermodal whizzes by on track 3.
Two SD80MACs get ready to pull an empty coal train in off the NS Pittsburgh Line and onto the South Fork Secondary to get loaded once again with more coal. The SD80MACs were once all assigned out ... (more)
AC44C6M #4019 sits tied down at the head end of a coal train in South Fork, PA. Note the PRR era dwarf signal to the right. We also had permission from the crew to be that close (we knew the engi... (more)
Amtrak 43 and NS 21M take the signal at CP SO within just 30 seconds of each other. Once Amtrak cleared on Main 2, 578 was lit out of SO, waiting in the yard there.
NS Train 21M heads West through South Fork. This town is famous for the 1889 incident in which the South Fork dam failed, flooding nearby Johnstown and killing over 2,000 people.
A pair of SD40E helpers push 16N through CP SO. With new signal replacements behind the current Conrail era signals.
Westbound trailers approach South Fork, Pa.
NS C47 rolls empties along the South Fork Secondary on a gorgeous fall day.
Westbound NS 60Z rolls down the West Slope at South Fork, Pa.
Westbound mixed freight 17G rolls through South Fork, Pa.
On their first eastbound break-in run from Conway to Altoona, Pennsylvania, Conrail SD80MACs 4100 and 4101 are seen passing the South Fork Tower. The set would make another set of runs breaking i... (more)