The westbound Pennsylvanian arrives at it's final destination of Pittsburgh as it passes under the PPL cantilever on a late summer evening.
Builders plate on a Pepsi can.
Amtrak has been sending this unit south of Washington quite often over the past few weeks, and this day was no exception. The morning's Norfolk Regional, P088 is seen with one of just a few of the... (more)
An Amtrak B32 in the Phase V scheme leads the Westbound Pennsylvanian on a slow Sunday on the NS Pittsburgh Line.
Thanks to fellow RP contributor Janusz Mrozek for introducing me to this spot.
Amtrak 42, "The Pennsylvanian," takes the ex Pennsy signals at MP 193. Only three of Amtraks P32's (512, 513, 514) have the cab signals necessary to lead on the NS Pittsburgh Line.
A trio of new SDP40F's wait to lead this evenings train number four out of LAUPT for Chicago.
Beautiful fall morning
The eastbound Pennsylvanian pulls into Huntingdon passing the former PRR Hunt Tower.
In need of a bath, 514 along with its dirt and grit pull the ever-so-popular Pennsylvanian towards Pittsburgh on-time.
A rare P32 makes an appearance outside of the northeast on the point of the northbound "Carolinian" as it makes its daily station stop at Salisbury, NC
Charlotte NC to New York Carolinian running about 10 minutes late with quite the rare leader. Makes for a good catch instead of the tiring P42DCs.