Hagerstown, MD bound 38Q races south on the former Cumberland Valley Railroad straightaway between Chambersburg and Greencastle, PA along US Route 11. The daily manifest begins its journey at Conw... (more)
A trio of BNSF motors lead intemodal train 201 passes a local cemetery in Pennsylvania's Cumberland Valley near Shippensburg on the Norfolk Southern Lurgan Branch.
A DC to AC conversion engine numbered 4004 leads NS 777 by the Trinity United Methodist Cemetery along Rehobeth Road in Walnut Bottom just east of Shippensburg, PA.
The engine features the blue m... (more)
39Q passes by Walnut Bottom, PA on the Lurgan Branch heading to Harrisburg, Pa from Hagerstown, MD in the middle of the night. Just east of Lee's Crossroads and along the tracks sit Rehobeth Cemet... (more)
Parked on the Lurgan Runner Siding due to a locked traction motor.
Norfolk Southern Corp 4000, the railroads first DC to AC conversion engine leads 15T south through Marion, PA on the Lurgan Branch.
NS 777 aka Triple 7 approaches the Mason Dixon Line during a recent evening in late May after a line of thunderstorms passed through the Hagerstown, MD area.
Train is eastbound for Rutherford yard , with a heritage leading.
This has become one of my favorite locations to shoot. Lee's Crossroads, PA just northeast of Shippensburg in the fertile Cumberland Valley provides seamless variety of angles and traffic on NS's ... (more)
NS 4000 leads 37Q by the Greencastle, PA Intermodal Terminal on a pleasant Spring morning. 4000 is classified as a AC44C6M. It was rebuilt from NS GE Dash 9-40C 8799 with the major change from DC ... (more)
The rear of 37Q has just crossed the famous Mason Dixon Line as 37Q approaches Hagerstown on the NS Lurgan Branch from Harrisburg, PA.
The power for the NS local K80 uncoupled from its train a couple miles to the east and runs to Lee's Crossroads to switch and run around its cars to head back sout... (more)
Intermodal train 203 passes the Mason Dixon Line in early January, 2016 in fog which has settled in the Cumberland Valley.
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Less than 20 miles from its destination of Harrisburg, stack train 202 accelerates up the small grade out of Boiling Springs on a splendid late-spring evening.