NS 3394 leads a 36 car 19G under the PRR signals at Tipton. A Classic Scene.
NS 4000 leads 21M at MP 225.
An EMD RPU6D slug in the Juniata Shops under construction. I believe this became the 892.
10N starts down the Slide in Gallitzin with SD45-2 1703 leading. Today a Safetran Mast signal stands next to the PRR Dwarf signal.
NS 4271, 4276 and 4275 are sitting at the shops, awaiting their next call to duty.
A Westbound pulls through CP Leets as a EB is lit through going the other way on Main 2.
NS 4004 sits outside of the Juniata Shops, freshly painted. The smoke stack in the background is gone today.
Amtrak 43 and NS 21M take the signal at CP SO within just 30 seconds of each other. Once Amtrak cleared on Main 2, 578 was lit out of SO, waiting in the yard there.
RPCX 1871 in the paint shop at the Juniata Shops. The NCDOT received as overhaul and more at the shops, and is being prepared for paint.
NS 9449 in the Paint Shop at the Juniata after being repainted into the Horsehead scheme.
An SD40-2 sits in the paint booth after having a new Admiral Cab added. This was an ex Southern unit.
NS 624 sits in the Smith Shop at the Juniata shops, Cab, and electrical parts added, waiting for the long hood to be added on.
2 trains move through CP Wood westbound. The one on Main 2 cleared the CP first and note both FREDs in the interlocking and disappear around the corner.
NS 615 in the paint shop just after repainting. This was the first road slug of it's series to be built on a new frame instead of a existing frame from a locomotive.
NS 03T/Amtrak 29 lights up and goes through the signals at CP Enon on the Fort Wayne Line, today replacement signals stand next to the current G Type ones.