AC Pusher working hard ducks into the west end portal of GA Tunnel.
NS 233 roars out of the west portal of Glen Alum Tunnel.
After 3 years of blood, sweat and tears, the Heartland Corridor Project opened up today for doublestacks. Here is the first one to exit Glen Alum Tunnel.
The ole gal looks pretty good with a fresh coat of paint.
A hint of fall can be seen along the Pokey.
The lights off an engine highlight the new notches for doublestacks.
As an eastbound train passes through the dark of night fellow RP.net contributors B.A. Harrison and J.B. Lockard get their shots down below. A big thanks to goes out to J.B. for taking off enough ... (more)
A freight train makes the ice fly.
A mine run eases out of Glen Alum Tunnel watching for the icicles that had formed inside of it.
The slide fence protects the trains from the massive cliffs that loom above the east portal of Glen Alum Tunnel.
A freight train roars out of the west portal of Glen Alum.
A coal train makes its way east as the slide fence protects it from the ice on the cliffs.
I know, I know, I'm wearing the Glen Alum Tunnel photos out. It's a sentimental thing. I grew up around this tunnel and the Heartland Corridor Project is going to change it soon.
194 rounds the bend before entering the Glen Alum Tunnel
A Sunday cruise along the Pokey with plenty of power. I know it is a dash 9. I forgot to change it b4 I subbed the pic.