Three era's of Pennsylvanian Railroading in one photo. The stone column carried the railroad over the Conemaugh River until 1907, and a realignment and elevation increase necessitated a new arch ... (more)
Y92 soars east over the former PRR Conemaugh Division on the Bow Ridge Bridge at the Tunnelview Historic Site near the Conemaugh River Dam as seen in the background between Saltsburg and Blairsvil... (more)
The Allentown-bound manifest 16N slowly crosses the shallow Conemaugh River on a beautiful summer's afternoon.
The early "beginnings" of the Conemaugh line lie below the mainline iron bridge. This stone arch bridge built in the early 1900's, was to provide, like today, a low grade bypass realignment to Pit... (more)
The sun is slowly showing itself after the last few days of rain.
NS rail train 93A crosses the Conemaugh River near Blairsville, PA, as the sun fades on February 5, 2010.
Lots to see here! NS 400 towers over the former PRR right of way bridge and the Conemaugh Dam in the background. The lower bridge was taken out of service when the dam was built.
Eastbound coal soars above the Conemaugh with the original stone bridge visible in the background.
NS 2632 leads a pair of leasers on 10G crossing at Tunnelton.
NS 82E rolls over the Tunnelton trestle while the Old PRR stone arched bridge and Conemaugh Dam are in the background.
The long abandoned tracks of the 1907 Bow Tunnel are a reminder of the history of the PRR's Conemaugh Division. The tunnel was closed in 1950 and the line relocated to the steel bridge erected abo... (more)
NS 10G rumbles over the NS Viaduct @ Tunnelton with the Conemaugh Dam and former PRR Viaduct seen below.
The present day NS mainline bridge deck towers above the original PRR Conemaugh Line arched Viaduct.