Two SD80MACs get ready to pull an empty coal train in off the NS Pittsburgh Line and onto the South Fork Secondary to get loaded once again with more coal. The SD80MACs were once all assigned out ... (more)
Heading north up the NS Buffalo Line, NS 956 charges toward their destination of Northumberland, PA.
With 3 big units up front, NS 261 heads through Lilly, PA on its way west toward the Midwest with a long train of Triple Crown Roadrailers in tow.
In a view rarely seen at Cresson, PA, NS 951 charges west through CP-MO as seen from the west side of the tracks. The rear of a loaded PPLX coal drag can be seen in the distance.
With the MP 116 signal bridge in the background, NS 21T roars through Cove, PA on its way west on the NS Pittsburgh Line. As of 2019, the Cove signal bridge has been taken out of service.
With nearly 19,000 tons of coal in tow, NS 590 grinds uphill through Lilly, PA and under the classic ex-PRR signal bridge on a warm summer morning.
With NS 4270 in charge, the NS OCS roars through Tipton, PA and on to points east with several shiny business cars in tow.
NS 50K charges uphill through Lilly, PA and under the classic ex-PRR signal bridge in town. This location is known as "the dump" in the railfan community.
With a former Conrail locomotive in the lead, NS 10A blasts through Portage and past the former PRR signals in town.
CP 258 rumbles through Taylor Yard at MP 673 on the CP Sunbury Sub with a DME/CEFX/ICE trio. Both the DME and ICE units have since been retired off the CP system.
CP 258 storms south through New Milford, PA on the CP Sunbury Sub. The CP 258 operated from Binghamton, NY to Allentown, PA.
Passing under the classic PRR signal bridge in town, NS 18N heads east with a long autorack train in tow for New Jersey.
With its train stretched out along the Tipton straightaway, NS 12G charges east toward the MP 225 detector and signal bridge in town.
NS 956 heads east through Ardenheim, PA on the NS Pittsburgh Line with the NS business train in tow.
CP 258 drifts down through Taylor, PA and the site of CP's Taylor Yard in perfect evening light with a triplet of SD40-2s, including one CEFX leaser.