NKP 765 leads an employee special across the Rockville Bridge making for a silhouette photo during the setting sun
A toe-numbing morning along the Lurgan Branch in the early hours of the morning on December 21, 2014 started my chase of the NS 956 with the OCS returning from South Carolina. As the sun began to ... (more)
PRR GG1 #4859 sits about a 1,000 ft from the Harrisburg Transportation Center, currently protected under a tarp while Amtrak performs renovation work on the station's catenary, signals, switches a... (more)
The 765 storms past Harris Tower with a NS employee appreciation train.
Three Heritage units bring 11R through CP Paxton in Harrisburg. They are on their way to Spencer for the NS 30th anniversary.
Empty coal train 747 pauses on the Reading Bridge in sweet morning sunlight. Over three dozen railfans from four states were in town to photograph this train as it sat here for two and a half hour... (more)
Fellow railfan and RP contributor Austin MacDougall grabs his shots of westbound stack train 211, led by a UP GEVO, meeting an eastbound empty hopper train, with a pair of heritage units, on the o... (more)
NS 211 with the UP 4021, NS 2658 and NS 9622 starts down the Lurgan line for the journey to Atlanta, GA.
NS 212 hotshot Atlanta, GA to Croxton, NJ intermodal train crosses the Reading bridge into Harrisburg with the TFM 1612 and KCS 4015 in trail.
With the Supermoon rising over the Susquehanna River an eastbound intermodal hustles over the famed Rockville Bridge.
"Central of Georgia thru the City"
On a beautiful Summer day the NS 747 with the Reading NS 1067 and Central New Jersey NS 1071 heritage units race across the famed Rockville Bridge to the delight of photographers at waters edge.
On a beautiful Summer morning the NS 747 with the Reading NS 1067 and CNJ NS 1071 heritage units pause on the former Reading bridge for their turn in Harrisburg. A southbound (railroad west) NS 21... (more)
The Reading Heritage Unit leads an empty hopper train across the Susquehanna River on the Reading Bridge into Harrisburg, PA. As an added treat the CNJ Heritage Unit is second in consist.