BLE 905 "sucks it in" as she squeezes through the tight confines of the "Low Line" across Main St. Greenville. 905 making a light move north to KO to pick up about 120 hoppers to go north to P&C ... (more)
OCTL 3568 passes the Petroleum Center passenger station long-nose forward with a one car move to Rynd Farm for exchange with WNYP.
OCTL 75 crosses the diamond as it shoves a hopper into the Charter Plastics #1 facility.
Engineer and conductor exchange face to face orders as OCTL 75 pulls away to throw the switch and reverse into a string of hoppers to dig one car out of the middle to place inside the Charter Plas... (more)
426 TT westbound across the Sugar Creek bridge toward Franklin Steel. The creek is spelled with two words, and the borough is spelled with one.
OCTL 3568 waits to reverse on the passing siding at Rynd Farm to swap consists with the WNYP WAME-24. This was an OCTL extra run because one of the cars WNYP brought was hot and was needed in Titu... (more)
426 returns from exchange with the OC&T and kicks up some dust and belches out some exhaust crossing Quaker Dr.
426 comes off of the Oil Creek bridge with flanges squealing as it goes into the tight curve at McDonald's. After this, the conductor will throw the switch and 426 will reverse the whole way arou... (more)
The whole fleet of the OCTL. 85&75, both S2's and 3568, an MLW M420.
WNYP 421 squeals around the tight curve at McD's just after a light shower. My brother, John... (more)
CSXT 7540 pulls Q112-02 past the former NYC Northeast Station, now the Lake Shore Railway Historical Society.
CSXT 5486 knocks down the signals at the Lake Shore Railway Historical Society in Northeast, PA with the Q274-03.
South Shore 802, Little Joe, on display only 10 miles from his birthplace at the Lake Shore Railway Historical Museum, in Northeast, PA. For more info on Little Joe, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/... (more)
EBT 15, a Baldwin Narrow Gauge, takes a break at Colgate Grove before returning to Rockhill Furnace with the day's first excursion as a young railfan thoroughly studies the drive wheel assembly.
453 leads the RINC out of the yard toward New Castle pulling 119 hoppers. 5 of which still had LEF&C logos on them although with PSR reporting marks