Leaving NS Vardo Yard with 12 more Egyptian Railway locomotives for export is 11R with a KCS, TFM, NS power set.
With PC GP30 2228 and N&W SD40 1589.
098 export move cools its heels in Vardo Yard waiting for the track to be released. Six Egyptian Railways ES40ACi's trail the NS dash 9 eventually to be loaded onto a ship at Norfolk, VA.
This happens once in a blue moon. While heading out of town to catch the interstate for Virginia, I came upon this Reading freight waiting for the high ball to head north. Not only was the train a... (more)
An unusual visitor UP7605 in GE Demonstrator scheme leads a manifest train past the Volvo Powertrain water tank. This unit no longer bears the GE scheme and is now in a UP scheme.
10 brand new GE Locomotives head for export to MRS in Brazil. The O54 high wide movement awaits a crew for the trip south.
PRR 3583 is shoving a train at Hagerstown. Hagerstown was the first stop of a three-day railfan safari to end the year 1956 with his longtime railfan friend, the late Bill Rosenberg. PRR Class L... (more)
The twilight of steam on the PRR is captured south of the Mason-Dixon line. PRR Class L1s.
A light power set drifts by near Hager tower, behind the photographer. This power is seen again in this> photo. T... (more)
The same power as seen in this> photo pulls a cut of cars past Hager tower. According to railpictures.net member R... (more)
PRR 3583 gets topped off at the coal chute. PRR Class L1s.
Mikado 546 simmers in the yard at Hagerstown. Soon it's fire would be dropped for the last time. If you look closely to the right edge you can see Hager Tower. PRR Class L1s.
Among the Pennsy power under steam at the end of 1956 was Altoona-built Class L1 Mikado 546 working the yard in front of a wooden cabin at Hagerstown. It was built in 1916. Only one of this type... (more)
John gets another stare-down from the crew on this yard job. Note the lineup of power in the distance including what appears to be an articulated steamer. PRR Class L1s.