Blue skies, snow and Conrail blue!
37Q with two x-Conrail motors and a 6-axle yard switcher, holds in the siding at Morgan to let intermodel 211 run around him.
A favorite motor of mine, the GE C40-8, leads southbound manifest, NS 11R, across the magnificent Potomac River Bridge in Historic Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
No Conrail leader today, only a pale face.
Second day in a row 37Q ran with a Conrail leader.
UPS Train 203 crosses the Potomac into West Virginia behind older GE power.
Detouring over the NS, CSX train R415 rattles over the Potomac into West Virginia.
Hotshot 203 enters West Virginia with a nice set of standard cab units.
Normally a mix of GP60's and B32-8's, 211 today has a Dash 9 for a leader. Maybe a B32-8 has dressed up as a dash 9 for Holloween.
Conrail Blue leads the movement of the ABBA F units past the Rumsey Monument north towards Hagerstown and Altoona. The ex RPCX units included units with B&O and CGW heritage.
A slow moving Potomac River makes for an good reflection of the 11R heading south into West Virginia.
One unit wonder, V86 with 1 load and 1 empty, holds the siding while hotshot intermodal 203 takes the main. Thanks JJ!!
Fall color begins to show in the Potomac River Valley around Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Thanks JJ 4 HU!!
It is 3am and NS intermodal 202 leaves its mark in the chilly moon lit fog, that has rolled into the Potomac River Valley.
7 years since the split-up of Conrail, NS still has a large number of motors still painted up in the Conrail livery.