BF-1 passes a tied down NS C87 at Babcock Street on the former PRR Ebenezer Secondary.
Buffalo & Pittsburgh EMD GP38 2000 and 2001 westbound on a former Baltimore & Ohio line at West Valley, New York.
BR1 idles in the yard at Bradford, PA wating for the crew to do there daily work.
Five geeps slowly pull a loaded coal train down the old, lightweight, jointed rail that is the Shelocta Runner.
A mixed bag of five geeps leads the Homer City train through the farmlands near Hamill.
Exhaust smoke is flying as HC-1 accelerates away from Creekside. The train has finally left the decrepit Shelocta Runner and is now on the B&P's recently rebuilt Indiana Branch.
A stretch of questionable track causes HC-1's lead engine to lean to the conductor's side.
The construction equipment at left belongs to Hulcher, a frequent visitor to this line where derailments are fairly common.
HC-1 rumbles through the woods on the Shelocta Runner.
The sound of EMDs hard at work echoes throughout the cut at Roseboro.
The sun makes a brief appearance at Juneau as HC-1 crawls through town.