The classic ex-PRR interlocking tower at CP BANKS, before it was painted by Conrail.
A NS manifest heads off of the Buffalo line onto the Rockville Bridge before going into Enola yard with a colorful lashup of engines
15J curves past Mary westbound on its way out of the Harrisburg area.
An eastbound Conrail coal train patiently waits at Banks Interlocking for traffic to clear so it can enter Enola Yard. A westbound empty coal train is getting out of the way.
An eastbound stack train loaded with refrigerated containers leaves multicolored streaks of light in its wake with FRED providing the final touch.
Norfolk Southern 11R crosses the famous Rockville Bridge with Pan Am/MEC 616 on the point. Having a non-NS cab signal equipped locomotive leading on the former PRR territory is rare making this mo... (more)
The CR 8077 West (with one leg missing from the "R" in the "CR" on the nose) is about to pass the long-gone ex-PRR Banks Tower in this 135mm telephoto view. The 8077 was built... (more)
I never tire of watching trains over Rockville Bridge. Here, NS 11R arrives Enola behind a pair of former Union Pacific "SD9043MACs". NS 7315 leads the yellow duo across the Susquehanna... (more)
747 with NS Heritage 8100 the Nickel Plate leads empty hoppers across the Susie Q north of Harrisburg on its way back to the mines of Western Pennsylvania... (more)
Empties from Bellews Creek, NC proceeding to Shire Oaks, PA, crossing the Susquehanna River near sunset behind the Nickel Plate heritage unit.
NS 6633 leads an eastbound mixed freight across the bridge shortly after sunrise.
The Conrail Heritage Unit looks right at home passing under the signal bridge at CP Banks with a loaded oil train headed for Reybold, DE.
The Lehigh Valley Heritage Unit cools her heals at CP Banks on the Pittsburgh Line. The 66W is an eastbound oil train headed for unloading at Eddystone, PA. But it can't proceed until the eastboun... (more)
In the last light of day, a trio of UP SD70Ms lead a manifest across the Rockville Bridge preparing to enter Enola yard.