With its train stretched out along the Tipton straightaway, NS 12G charges east toward the MP 225 detector and signal bridge in town.
NS 12G rolls slowly under the MP 254 signals at Lilly, PA with specially-painted NS 4000 up front.
NS 4000, one of the specially painted DC to AC locomotives, brings NS 12G by the MP 286 signals east of New Florence, PA.
The iconic Pennsylvania Railroad color position light signals have stood on the Pittsburg Line since the days of steam and have seen four railroads. Sadly, they are all being replaced in favor of ... (more)
Norfolk Southern's 12G takes on the West Slope of the Allegheny Mountains during the blue hour. NS 8102 (The Pennsylvania Railroad Heritage Unit) leads the train over home rails underneath the PR... (more)
Norfolk Southern Heritage Unit 8101, the Central Of Georgia, leads 12G past the PRR position signals near Tipton, PA.
The pushers on the rear of 12G hold the heavy train back going down the East Slope into Altoona, rounding Horseshoe Curve.
Former CSX SD80MAC NS 7221 brings eastbound freight train NS 12G through CP TOMS on the NS Conemaugh Line.
Last train on this trip is NS 12G with the Central Of Jersey Heritage unit on point, finally crossing this one off my list, 18 down 2 more to go.
NS train 12G heads East at Tipton after a quick crew change in Altoona with the Central of New Jersey heritage unit leading. The days are numbered for the PRR signals as the implementation of PTC ... (more)
Two SD80MACs bracket an SD70M-2 on the point of a long 12G. It is passing the Railroader's Memorial Museum in some golden afternoon light.
A heavy eastbound gives it all its got heading up the mountain of the West Slope through some dramatic, spontaneous weather conditions through the cut at Cassandra, PA.
NS 12G descends the Allegheny Mountains at AR. AR Tower is looking worse for wear and might be torn down in the future.
A Norfolk Southern SD70ACe leads a manifest under the Pennsylvania Railroad signal bridge in Lilly, PA with fall colors.