The Flaming Foliage Express turns on the wye at Keating.
It's hard to believe it has been 9 years since the PRR E8s lead the Flaming Foliage Express up the NS Buffalo Line to Renovo seen here splitting the signals at Farwell.
After departing Roanoke a couple hours ago, NS 042 is making fairly decent progress as she rumbles through rural Lithia, northbound on the NS Roanoke District. The train will interchange with the ... (more)
After waiting on NS 327 to clear the single main north of Pikin, NS 042 with C&O 614 has resumed the trip northward towards Waynesboro.
Making a northbound move over the NS Valley line, C&O 614 is enroute to Clifton Forge from Roanoke.
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, GP30 522 and NS 5079 ease back to a coupling with Roanoke Chapter toolcar and Caboose prior to departure for display date at the Appomattox, VA, Railroad Festival.
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, caboose and other pieces of their rolling stock with NS 5079 (just in case) roll eastbound through Webster en route to an equipment display engagement in Appomattox, VA for ... (more)
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, rolling stock with NS 5079 (just in case) roll eastbound through Villamont en route to an equipment display engagement in Appomattox, VA for their Railroad festival. A slig... (more)
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, rolling stock and NS 5079 (just in case) roll eastbound across the Cotton Milll Trestle en route to Appomattox, VA for their annual Railroad Festival weekend.
The Flaming Foliage Express departs Renovo to be wyed for the return trip to Harrisburg in a few hours.
Just out of the starting gate, Harrisburg, PA, the PRR E8's begin their trip up the Buffalo Line to Renovo, PA at a good clip. They are seen here crossing the Appalachian Trail at Clarks Ferry jus... (more)
Flaming Foliage Express approaching Renovo
With the Spoul State Forest dominating the backdrop, PRR E8s 5809 and 5711 slow as they split the MP 168 signals, only a couple of miles from their destination, Renovo's Flaming Foliage Festival.
The Flaming Foliage Express behind Bennett Levin's PRR E8's pass by an old shed/barn and under the ex-PRR signal bridge at MP 199.
With some of the best color of the trip on the mountain in the background, the train passes a farm across the river from Muncy.