NS 593 exits the 950ft. Spruce Creek Tunnel with an Ex-Conrail duo leading the way.
NS C42 heads east out of Spruce Creek Tunnel with a RP-E4C Mother Slug Set for power
NS 26T flies through Spruce Creek Tunnel and passes over one of many steel reinforced PRR arch bridges crossing the Little Juniata River.
The Penn Central heritage unit leads 64J east out of Spruce Creek Tunnel as it heads east on "home rails". For more information, visit ... (more)
Eastbound Amtrak No. 30, the "National Limited," was passing Spruce Tower at Spruce Creek, PA on August 8, 1978 with two E8As.
The eastbound Pennsylvanian negotiates the twisty trackage between Tyrone and Spruce Creek on its way to its next stop at Huntingdon...
With the base of the Allegheny Front and PRR's Slope just west of here, the Ex-PRR Middle Division is often overlooked by photographers. 26T crosses Bridge No 1 over the Little Juniata, a fascinat... (more)
Westbound Pennsylvanian passes Camp Espy Farms
NS 2641 leads business cars Alabama, Illinois, and Pennsylvania past the town of Spruce Creek. This train is headed to the 50th Anniversary of O. Winston Link's first N&W photograph in Waynesboro,... (more)
Westbound empties rattle along the NS backbone on a sunny summer day in central Pennsylvania. Rare to see an old Conrail blue Dash-8.
Westbound Spruce Creek Tunnel
Eastbound Spruce Creek, Below Tyrone