Nittany and Bald Eagle GP8s 1602 and 1603 lead their train across the Little Juniata River and into the small interchange yard with Norfolk Southern at Tyrone, PA
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars into their yard at Tyrone, crossing the Little Juniata River.
The Nittany & Bald Eagle railroad's road switcher idles in the yard as Amtrak's eastbound "Pennsylvanian" (#42) slows to make what was about a 10 second stop at the platform in Tyrone.
After dropping off some hopper cars at Graymont in Pleasant Gap, the crew heads back to the enginehouse in Coleville, passing the old PRR passenger station in downtown Bellefonte.
Nittany & Bald Eagle #1602 backs its set of power into the shops at Bellefonte to be put in shelter for the night
Nittany & Bald Eagle #1602 leads two other engines out of the yard past an old western styled house at Bellefonte, PA. The third engine, Lycoming Valley #2016, is in fresh paint and resembles a Re... (more)
Nittany and Bald Eagle GP8 #1602, one of 16 Paducah rebuilds for Conrail, and a GP10 shove a single boxcar to the interchange yard connecting the NBER to the NS Pittsburgh Line.
A Nittany & Bald Eagle GP8 rests next to a brace of Conrail EMD's in the yard at Lock Haven.
This guy just couldn't wait for one locomotive and twelve cars to clear. Looking at the condition of the roads he could have easily gotten hung up!
Nittany's trio of GP8s leads Ringling Bros'. Red Unit circus train into the interchange yard at Lock Haven for hand off to NS. The train is headed from State College Pa. to Philadelphia.
After a reverse move from the Bellefonte branch onto the main, Nittany's trio of GP8s accelerates Ringling Bros'. Red Unit circus train eastbound to be handed to NS at Lock Haven. The train is hea... (more)
Ringling Bros. Circus train ready to depart Bellefonte to Lock Haven. Train will interchange to the NS and go through to Philadephia.
The Lycoming Valley using the NBER 1602 in place of the LVRR 9052.
This train is running down the middle of Washington street.