Returning from Huff Power Plant NS 7209 and CO. head to Cresson while NS 7610 rounds the corner
After working Woodvale Yard in Conemaugh, the C90 heads back to home base at South Fork, PA. The water in the river is so orange due to all the sulpher and other deposits from years of mining and ... (more)
Can't go wrong with 80MACs, fall colors, and a blue sky!
With two SD80MACs, this westbound local is slightly overpowered.
Still wearing the dress blue of its previous owner, 7210 looks great against a backdrop of brightly colored fall foliage.
A meet between two large EMDs from different eras takes place in Cresson Yard. The 80MACs are setting off a large quantity of covered hoppers for interchange with Corman.
Two 80MACs are on the head end of this train, there are three more at the back!
The conductor has lined the switches to the mine and C90 pulls from a stop with smoke bellowing.
The South Fork Secondary used to serve numerous coal mines in the past. There are only two active mines now, but the "leftovers" from an old mine can be seen here at BLS Paint.
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.
The slow trip from South Fork to Huskin is almost done as 7201 leads an empty train through Central City.
Unit train headed to New Century mine with close to 120 empties. Canon EOS 350D Tamron 17-35mm
NS C90's conductor is making a cut while patrons enjoy ice cream above.
A perfect modeler's view of a SD80MAC as it pauses at Radebaugh to tie brakes on.
A rare visitor to the area, NS C90(southfork local), is seen delivering MTy's for the SWP. The 7206 was the most recently painted SD80MAC.