Early morning eastbound trailers through Hershey, Pennsylvania
East meets west as an eastbound manifest train passes a westbound intermodal train at Hershey, Pennsylvania.
With over a thousand new GEs on the roster, the odds of having an all EMD consist are low, but here are a pair with a westbound train at Mexico, Pennsylvania.
An eastbound train passing the signals at Mexico, Pennsylvania. The second unit is one of six C40-9Ws painted in an Operation LiveSaver schemes.
A westbound train passing through Mexico, Pennsylvania.
Eastbound manifest train passing through Cove, Pennsylvania.
A mine shifter is leaving Shelby Yard with a train of empty hoppers to deliver to a coal mine in a scene repeated over and over again at this southern Kentucky terminal. Railroad: Chesapeake & Ohio (C&O)Locomotive: GE U23BLocation: Shelbiana, Kentucky, USALocomotive #: CO 2309Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August, 1984
Miscellanous power at the roundhouse at Shelby yard at the twilight of the Chessie System.
A scene out of the past, a steam locomotive passing under the massive coaling tower at Hinton, West Virginia. Today, all that remains is the shell of the coaling tower.
NKP 765 has taken a trip on the turntable and now is getting a load of coal for it's return trip to Huntington.
The Hinton Fire Department plays the role of water tower to fill the tender of NKP 765 during step one of the servicing procedure on this day.
The engineer on this eastbound train is reaching for his orders from the operator at CW Cabin at the west end of Hinton.
An eastbound train of export coal is departing Avis yard at Hinton, West Virginia, and will soon begin its assault on the grades to Clifton Forge, Virginia.
The engine terminal at Danville, West Virginia, sits in the shadow of the recently constructed US119 bridge.
Three engines and a caboose are heading west through Thurmond, West Virginia.