The PC 4421 East exits Enola Yard, as my two train-watching buddies get a close look. The grade crossing at this location is now closed. No. 4421 was built by General Electric for the PRR in Sep... (more)
Loaded oil train 66X departs Enola Yard shown crossing the Conodoguinet Creek with the Susquehanna Valley in full foliage. Train is headed to the PBS Energy refinery in Reybold, Delaware and the c... (more)
A pair of GG-1s switching tracks near the east end of Enola Yard. Note the wooden cat poles. The 4887 was built in April, 1939.
Only 7 roads bought U25C's new, a total of 113. One of Pennsy's 20 runs light with a U28C just south of Enola Yard.
High and wide combine train 62A departs Enola Yard for Baltimore, MD. This shot was made possible due to Norfolk Southern's rule that the train crew has to verify every car number with the dispat... (more)
This part of the Port Road Branch was once part of PRR's electrified Low Grade line between Morrisville PA and Enola... Today, 33A is about to enter Enola Yard, compeleting the first half of its j... (more)
South (railroad east) of Enola Yard this work train rests in the morning sun, awaiting a crew.