NBER 1 switches out their cars at the NS interchange in Tyrone.
Nittany and Bald Eagle GP8s 1602 and 1603 lead their train across the Little Juniata River and into the small interchange yard with Norfolk Southern at Tyrone, PA
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars out of their yard at the interchange with Norfolk Southern at Tyrone.
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars into their yard at Tyrone, crossing the Little Juniata River.
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars out of their yard through the middle of Tyrone with a matching set of EMD Geeps.
As fog settles in off the nearby mountains the Nittany and Bald Eagle head north on their line to Bellefonte after interchanging with NS. The power being used is owned by the North Shore Railroad ... (more)
C42 passes beneath the position lights at PT225.1 just west of Tyrone.
Train 35A featured Norfolk Southern Corp SD40-2 3532 (originally Colorado Southern 7920) mid-rebuild, with the primer on its cab almost matching its military cargo on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Eve... (more)
NS 8300 leads a C44-9W west at CP Gray. About a year later, 8300 was retired from the NS roster.
NBER 4 heads through Tyrone street running a day after a snowstorm hit the area.
Before I head back to school, I decided to chase for the first time along the Nittany and Bald Eagle Railroad. After a surprise coal train cleared early this morning, NBR-4, the local running fro... (more)
Standing in the former site of Main 4 at MP 221. NS 63V with SD60 6709 is entering Tyrone and will recrew and get a helper at Altoona
Nittany & Bald Eagle Tyrone Turn
The Nittany & Bald Eagle has picked up a healthy cut of freight from the NS interchange just outside of town and makes their way through the ce... (more)
Departing Tyrone Station
The Eastbound Pennsylvanian departs Tyrone station a few minutes behind schedule as NS 537 waits for permission onto the Pittsburgh Line with their tra... (more)
Street Running in Tyrone
A trio of Norfolk Southern SD60Is bring a train of empty coal cars down the Nittany and Bald Eagle as they ease through a brief area of street running ... (more)