Amtrak 30 arrived into Pittsburgh 3 hours and 11 minutes late. That was late enough to get this view of it coming off NS at Bloom and onto the AVR at Field. The NS Pittsburgh Line is to the left.
This was the last solid black and orange powered trains I was able to photograph before the grain trains stopped running.
Listening to SD40-2's shove a train up the mountain at sunrise is a great way to start off any day. Huge thanks to Darryl Rule ... (more)
A three way meet. 25 hours after Q353 derailed in Munhall CSX is back in action. Q359 is one of the first westbound trains to pass the derailment site about 10 miles east of this location. McKees ... (more)
Although I rarely see other railfans out when chasing the Wheeling, when a 416 grain train ran fans seemingly popped out of the woods to chase them. In a unique move, the crew had to bring back th... (more)
Amtrak 29 rolls into Harpers Ferry 30 minutes late with a P32BWH as the second unit.
There are 10 bridges and 2 trains visible in this photo. Can you spot the second train? It was complete luck with timing and I didn't even notice until it was pointed out to me later.
At 6:45AM on Wednesday morning it is going to be a long day of all work and no play for the riders of VRE 304.
Amtrak 30 arrived into Pittsburgh 1 hour and 40 minutes late. That was just enough time for a daylight appearance over the Youghiogheny River east of town.
NS 591 lead by two SD80MAC's has a fresh crew on board as 21E accelerates out of Pitcarin Yard on #98 track.
Nothing ruins the crisp morning air quite like the trash train.
The crew does their best to hide from the low sun as they pass the rear of Q267.
The sun was just above the hillside when Amtrak 42 pulled out of the station 25 minutes late. The delay was caused by Amtrak 30 being 2 hours and 38 minutes late. A 553 ft. long, 90 ft. high, and ... (more)