On March 6, 1976, LV C628s 639-640 have dropped their train, NE-1, on the east side of South Plainfield and pull past the Metuchen Road crossing to make a set-out and pick-up at South Plainfield Y... (more)
My father and I moved to the Park Avenue overpass on the east side of South Plainfield for the arrival of NE-1 on March 6, 1976.
We were rewarded with C628s 639-640, the first time we saw C628s... (more)
LV C628 641 appears to have gotten a head start on a Conrail patch job on August 31, 1975 at Coxton Yard, where it waits for a trip to the Sayre shops. Despite what appears to be a pretty serious... (more)
The roundhouse at Conrail’s Conway Yard is mostly empty, but the outside turntable tracks are teeming with six-axle Alco Centuries assigned to drag freight service. Colors of the Lehigh Valley, Re... (more)
Conrail’s Conway Yard was one of the hubs for its six-axle Alco Centuries assigned to drag freight service. Multiple C628’s, C630’s and C636’s can be seen in this overview of the outdoor turntable... (more)