NS 118 makes a northbound run in Central, SC with NS #7222 SD80MAC in the lead heading for Linwood, NC.
On a muggy afternoon, the Pittsfield Boston Line local comes in to the Selkirk receiving yard with some interesting power. Not sure why the two new MACs came off of, possibly used for pusher powe... (more)
On a beautiful September afternoon, CR freight FRSE-28 rumbles west by the former Blue Seal Feeds facility in Chatham Village. The days are ticking down for Conrail, the handsome MACs and the fe... (more)
Rolling Westbound the rear three units of train C47 roll under the impressive PRR signal bridge at Summerhill, PA. This train has 6 of NS's Former Conrail SD80MACs, 3 on each end bracketing 130 lo... (more)
NS SD80MAC 7207 leads train C47 on the wrong main under the historic PRR signal bridge at Summerhill, PA on a dreary day. This train sported 6 of the foamier Conrail Big Macs for its trip west, th... (more)
A sight that won't be seen too much longer. With NS heading west with their replacement signaling moving at a fast pace, these old PRR signals at Summerhill on the Pittsburgh line will fall in sho... (more)
A trio of SD80MAC's fight 130 cars of coal down and around Horseshoe Curve.
Happy Birthday Conrail! Looking at this scene of a heavy FRSE-01 coming off the grade through CP-148 on a beautiful autumn afternoon brings a pang of sadness of what might of been. I always will ... (more)
I remember this morning back in 1996 like it was yesterday. When the trailing unit on the SEBO developed a software glitch and shut down, the Berkshire Dispatcher suggested the crew borrow two mor... (more)
During a severe Spring thunderstorm that brought hail, strong winds, and lots of lightning to the area, 362 crests the Racoon Mountain grade at Whiteside with a increasingly rare all EMD consist. ... (more)
Short trackage rights slop freight 362 winds down the steep Racoon Mountain grade as it gets closer and closer to it's destination of DeButts Yard in Chattanooga. Heavy thunderstorms have just hit... (more)
213 rolls through the trench in Gastonia with a big mac leading a UP ES44.
A variety of EMD power is outside Norfolk Southern's Juniata Shops in Altoona, including an SD80MAC and SD60I (both of Conrail heritage) and a brand new SD70ACC rebuild awaiting paint.
Two 'big Macs' come off the A.H.Smith Bridge to the Selkirk Branch for Selkirk Yard off on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Two big EMD's roll up the mountain bound for Cresson Engine House from Southfork. This was NS 55K that went light to Cresson, then changed power to drag an empty grain train west later.