North Shore 2012 brings the Nittany & Bald Eagle local out of the interchange yard with NS in Tyrone, PA as it runs the streets in downtown Tyrone, as it tries to outpace the bloo... (more)
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NSHR #1948 crosses over the Shamokin Creek in Sunbury, PA on the return trip to Northumberland, PA.
NSHR #1948 is on the outskirts of Sunbury after completing the work day along the line as far as Shamokin. Once in Sunbury, the crew will hop onto NS for the trip back to their yard in Northumberl... (more)
On a crisp fall day in October of 2016, NSHR #1948 begins the trek back to Northumberland, PA. During the return trip it will stop and service two customers before returning back to the yard.
The Juniata Valley's crew returns to the Lewistown with a single North Shore SW8 for power.
North Shore Railroad's job #3 shoves north through Norry junction into Norfolk Southern's Northumberland job to drop off interchange cars before tying down for the day.
The Lycoming Valley Railroad's Muncy Turn crosses Loyalsock Creek on their way east. This bridge was heavily damaged a year later by Tropical Storm Lee and replaced.
The Muncy Turn departs Williamsport with NSHR and LVRR geeps.
After working a coal customer in Shamokin, NSHR2 heads back through town on the Carbon Run Industrial.
NSHR2 trundles through rural PA with a single SW1500.
The Shamokin Valley job works their way out of Sunbury on a hot morning in northern PA.
North Shore 2 passes the approach signal for the NS connection at SF as they head up the Shamokin Valley Railroad.
North Shore 6 returns west through Danville, making a tight squeeze as they pass between buildings in town.