1930's?... 1940's?... a young boy gives a wave while swimming as a passenger train with PRR open-window coaches rumbles across the bridge above, and the covered bridge is the public thoroughfare... (more)
Danville's 2:30 PM Iron Heritage Festival excursion train to Bloomsburg and return on the North Shore Railroad, departs Danville Middle School, designated station boarding area for IHF excursions ... (more)
Danville's first Iron Heritage Festival excursion train of the day to Bloomsburg crosses Fishing Creek on its return trip to Danville. Rupert Bridge No.56, a restored covered bridge, carries Read... (more)
Danville Iron Heritage Festival excursion train crosses Mill Street crossing, protected by a railroad crossing watchman reinactor, on its first trip of the day to Bloomsburg and return.
The 10 am excursion for the Danville Iron Heritage Festival passing the Rupert Covered Bridge. This bridge was built in 1847, restored in 2000-01, and is 185 feet in length. View more of my phot... (more)
The 10 am excursion to Bloomsburg for the Iron Heritage Festival passing through downtown Danville. View more of my photos at http://mst145.rrpicturearchives.net
LVRR 5514 passes Front Street Station on the way to the yard office.
The immaculate, Reading-inspired Lycoming Valley GP35s are pushing 50mph through Montandon on the NS Buffalo Line just after sunset.
LVRR 5514, ex LVRR 503 recently repainted into Reading colors, brings the KH37 to a slow stop by the old railroad station in downtown Lewisburg, as the conductor prepares to flag the crossing...
Former SP 6305
Working south to Winfield, Pa.
LVRR 5514 recently repainted into Reading colors is seen just south of Lewisburg heading to Winfield with two cars for the Cargill feed plant on a sunny February morning.
Telephoto of switching cars at ConAgra plant in town. Train is on what was once was the Reading Lines Catawissa branch.