A very heavily powered Maintenance of Way train eases down to the Newark station.
The work train crew prepares to get ready for a move, and blueish white EMD smoke plumes from the stacks as this oddball of a locomotive revs up.
SUPER Elevation making it look like this locomotive is about ready to tip over. The GP38H-3 is assisting the engineering dept. as they do work on track 3.
Two GP40TCs already renumbered into the 520 series (due to the new P42s taking their former 190 series numbers) sit with an MP15 in the yard. This is the former 196.
Busy afternoon at Newark - three trains at once - the Amtrak work train, an NS local with CR caboose, and the Septa local.
Daily Wilmington-Bear shop train pauses at Davis interlocking, waiting for a signal to go back north.
San Diegan southbound