A Conrail GP40-2/C40-8 consist brings westbound empties through Altoona, Pennsylvania.
Westbound autorack being lead be a stealth unit repaint. For grade crossing visibility CSX painted most of the solid gray units with yellow noses until finally deciding on a overall fleet paint sc... (more)
When the Roadrailer service first started in the mid 1990's the trains were limited to 25 trailers. Over time as the service proved itself and expanded so did the train length.
The trailing NS unit is a harbinger, Conrail's days were numbered when the photo was taken.
Two GP40-2s lead an ex Erie Lackwanna SDP45 through the Mission Revival Erie depot. By this point in time, the TV98 was leaving Chicago over the former New York Central, but it moved over to the f... (more)