Delaware & Hudson RW6, the "Paper Train" from Rouses Point to Potomac Yard comes across the Rockville Bridge. It carried newsprint and paper products from Canada, coming down the Sunbury Main to ... (more)
Conrail SD40-2 and SD45 drilling on Rockville Bridge. They are building their train and will soon shove that entire string all the way back into Harrisburg Yard across the river. CR 6456 was part ... (more)
Conrail 23B drops down the lead from Rockville Bridge over Conrail ENPI6b. 23B is on its way to Enola Yard, while ENPI6b is moments from leaving the Harrisburg Terminal to enter the Pittsburgh Li... (more)
A westbound double stack train is crossing Rockville Bridge on its way to Pittsburgh.
A silver snake of empty silver PPL hoppers is crossing Rockville Bridge on its way back to Hagerstown.
A westbound slab train has just come off of Rockville Bridge and is approaching Marysville.
A westbound double stack train has just come off of Rockville Bridge and is passing through Marysville. The east end of Rockville Bridge can be seen in the far background.
Despite the odds of seeing a pure 'Dress Blue' consist getting slimmer each day, two ex-CR standard cab EMD's power a gon train across Rockville.
NS 9253, an Operation Lifesaver unit, and NS 2753 power the westbound 23W across Rockville Bridge as a white heron looks on undisturbed in the river. Nikon D70.
An Ex-conrail SD40-2 with two gondolas heads east towards Harrisburg Yard as it crosses the Susquehanna River on a hazy summer morning. Nikon D70.
NS 8440 leads the 19G west towards Pittsburgh as it crosses the Susquehanna River on Rockville Bridge. The switcher fourth in line is ex-conrail 8629, now lettered RLCX 921. Nikon D70.
NS 951 is framed by some trees at the west end of Rockville Bridge.
NS 951 has been re-crewed in Harrisburg and now continues its journey west.
21T finally gets to head west after waiting for the OCS to clear
NS OCS nears the west-end signals on the Rockville Bridge on this warm late May afternoon