Morning fog still hangs low over the Susquehanna River as a westbound NS intermodal train crosses Rockville Bridge.
An loaded NS crude oil train crosses Rockville Bridge with a relatively clean BNSF warbonnet Dash 9-44CW in the consist. Power for the train was NS 1092, NS 9767 and BNSF 706. This train is head... (more)
The NS OCS is seen backing its train into Enola Yard in preparation for a northbound run up the Buffalo Line and Canadian Pacific's Sunbury Sub.
NS 20K heads towards Harrisburg with a rare ex-Conrail C40-8 on the point. These are the only standard cab GEs that are capable of leading on the Pittsburgh Line.
The NYC Heritage Unit is pulling into Enola with 34A, an Allentown to Baltimore mixed freight. It will work the yard then head down the Enola Branch, Port Road, and NEC towards Bay View Yard in Ba... (more)
The Steelton Local returns to Enola Yard with 3 days worth of loads being pulled by one of the few high hood GP38ACs left in service on NS.
The "Original Norfolk Southern" Heritage Unit leads a 65R across the Rockville Bridge on it's return to North Dakota for another load of Bakken Crude.
Eastbound 12R is about to turn Northbound at CP-ROCKVILLE as it enters the Buffalo Line for the next leg of its journey to Binghamton, N.Y. As great as this sky is, I miss the days of this train b... (more)
Engineer Jon Kayes leads Amtrak 42 past the Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast with one of the "former Pepsi Can" B32's leading over Rockville Bridge.
Norfolk Southern's westbound 11J autorack empty train is stretched across Rockville Bridge with NS' Reading Railroad Heritage SD70ACe 1067 leading the way. Special thanks to Keith Latimer and the... (more)
PC train coming around wye at Rockville onto bridge heading for Enola yard
All day 11J takes it's 6000+ feet of MT racks across the iconic Rockville Bridge as it heads for points west.
Amtrak P42DC #145 leads AMTK 42(29)/ NS 04T across the world famous Rockville Bridge.
The quiet of the night is broken as a Norfolk Southern manifest rumbles across the Susquehanna River.