Number one on number 30...just another beautiful day at Mance.
The eastbound Capitol Limited negotiates the old B&O's horseshoe curve on a perfect fall morning with the fall colors as near to peak as they are going to get. Note, in the lead is the first GE P4... (more)
Old Glory and a ghost in the tree watch Erie built 5302 get rack train Q217 rolling west past the Post Office at Mance.
Q217 resumes its climb after stopping at the limits of the work area.
Eastbound Q394 behind a fading Dash 8 eases downgrade around the horseshoe at Mance on a beautiful, but brisk fall morning.
Two bright future dash 8s lead Q353 past the Mance Post Office.
The late afternoon light of a chilly fall day glows on the scene at Mance, PA as a westbound empty hopper train claws up the grade only 4 miles from the summit at Sand Patch.
In the last light of the day, Q359 grinds it's way up Sandpatch grade with some splendid fall color on the mountain.
The best color in 25 years is obvious in this aerial view of the railfan-popular horseshoe curve at Mance, PA, two miles from the tunnel at the summit.
The Capital Limited coasts down grade on a beautiful fall morning.
Depalma and crew take the Capitol eastbound at Mance
A beautiful lashup this morning on the Keystone Sub as --- CN power leads an eastbound taconite train through Mance
A pair of "Kittens" lead westbound R217 up the East Slope of Sand Patch Grade, just east of Mance.