WNYP's Driftwood Turn accelerates SB out of Turtlepoint PA after it picked up stone cars from Hawbreaker.
The NB run of the WNYP's Driftwood turn switches out Hawbreaker in Turtlepoint on a warm June afternoon. Soon these old MLW Alcos will be replaced with ex CSX AC6000s, bringing the MLWs mainline c... (more)
A Western New York and Pennsylvania Railroad (WNYP) Sand Train is seen here heading south as they pass through the small town of Turtlepoint, PA, on a misty morning
After making a pickup of empty stone hoppers in Turtlepoint, the trio of WNYP MLW's put on a good show as they accelerate up to track speed and head south towards Driftwood.
The WNYP Driftwood turn has finished its pick up of empty stone hoppers in Turtlepoint and is getting underway southbound behind a trio of MLW six-axle locomotives.
WNYP 637 arriving “Turtle” with the Northbound Driftwood turn. After a nice day long chase of the WNYP this was the final shot of the day. WNYP would tie down here in the siding and call it a day.
With a light snowfall dusting the countryside, WNYP OL-1 slows to a stop in Turtlepoint with a train of sand for the transload customer. Locomotives: WNYP 630 M630WNYP 685 M636
WNYP train OL-3 cools its heels at Turtlepoint where they will pickup a string of empty hoppers for Driftwood.
After a couple hours of waiting and not knowing exactly where the Driftwood Turn was, the debating was starting to take us over as we prepared to leave the Radio came to life with A new Track Warr... (more)
The Southbound turn to Driftwood smokes it up as it passes the busy little general store and Post Office in Turtlepoint, PA.