northbound new engine , passing over the West Branch of the Susquehanna River , notice the extended number boards , and the more squared nose on engine that the previous orders did not have.
Leaving Norry to go south to Enola Pa.
No. 40 pulls a photo freight over the bridge spanning Neshaminy Creek.
Southbound B&LE 902,900 & 910 climb the "Porter Cutoff" as they tackle the .3% grade and are about to cross the 640 foot Cornell Viaduct.
Q226's head end pops out of the through truss bridge across Chartiers Creek.
One of the many smaller bridges on the former P&WV is this one, above Zippay Rd.
The tri-weekly CP train to Philly has been ruled by the venerable SD40-2's for years. Finaly, the newer GE power is starting to make an appearance.
Two former West Virginia Northern engines are along for the ride on AVR 3. The old WVN switchers went to Eighty Four, where they were set out.
8803 leads a northbound coal train at Hays, an interesting section of Pittsburgh where NS, CSX, and the AVR all operate.
Norfolk Southern power on the York Railway coal train reflects its image on Glatfelter Pond.
This eastbound freight from the Pittsburgh line was stopped on the bridge for 15 minutes to allow NS 631 to proceed up the Buffalo line from CP Rockville. Canon 20D and 70-200mm lens.
Two blue 80MACs bring up the rear of C90, crossing Paint Creek. There's a third unit on this rear end consist, an NS 80MAC which is obscured by foliage. This is my 1,000th photo on RP.net.
Two Geeps of obvious Rio Grande heritage lead a short coke train west on the former P&WV. The track at bottom of photo is the P&OC's line to Arden, PA.
Pusher Mac's roll over Stoney Creek on the way to Huskins loadout.
4 Union MP15's work hard to shove a steel slab train upgrade.