side by side
Owned by Conrail, this GP35 is still in Reading Lines livery.
Loading at Maynard St., for trip to Jersey Shore , Pa.
Lycoming valley SW9 switches the North side of the Williamsport industrial park.
Lycoming Valley SW9 239, in the Williamsport enginehouse for some minor paint touch-up, was built by EMD in November 1953 as Pittsburgh & Shawmut 239. In the mid-1970s this was the engine chosen ... (more)
Lycoming Valley Railroad SW9 238 heads west to work the car repair facility adjacent to the LVRR's yard in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on September 26th, 2013. Originally Pittsburg & Shawmut Rail... (more)
Lycoming Valley GP35 2011 is hard at work in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on the morning of September 26th, 2013. (LVRR 2011 is ex-LVRR 5510, ex-LVRR 506, ex-QSR 506, ex-SP 6325; ex-SP 6530, nee-S... (more)
A shop worker for North Shore Railroad Company’s assortment of railroads renumbers HLCX 6303, which is becoming Lycoming Valley Railroad 3026. Built by EMD in February 1968 as Missouri Pacific ... (more)
A pair of Pennsy teapots wait to work, still under steam late in the diesel transition era, by the turntable at Williamsport. On the left: PRR class I1sa. with a long distance tender. The engine... (more)
L1s 2369 awaiting a call to duty at Williamsport, PA. Note the circular number plate common to freight engines prior to the use of a Keystone plate on the M1 Class freight haulers in the 1920s.
The hogger waits for a hand signal to highball. PRR Class M1a.
CR 2789 was built in May, 1977, and was the first in the series of U23B's purchased new by Conrail. It was later sold to Reading Blue Mountain & Northern to become RBMN 2397, then went to RMDI, lo... (more)
Two of Lycoming Valley's pup SW9s are headed away from the photographer and into their ex-Reading Newberry Yard in Williamsport to begin their day's chores.
One of Lycoming Valley's pups struggles to lift some cars up the steep grade out of the Montoursville quarry.