With this signal taken down 9/22/19 this is just memory of the PRR.
Rolling through the curve at MP 254.7 on the NS Pittsburgh Line is NS 17G. The small town of Lilly, PA is in the background behind the exhaust from the locomotives. 17G operates between Morrisvill... (more)
Yellow and grey NS 1800 leads NS 17G over the crossing at Gray Station, PA.
NS 17G, led by the Virginian heritage unit, was apparently held at East Conway interlocking for hours. Here the train was overtaken by a local returning to Conway Yard. 17G would, of course, be ... (more)
As the sun is moments away from rising over the horizon, 17G grinds upgrade through the Allegheny Mountains against one of the most beautiful sights the mountains have to offer.
NS 17G rolls through Lilly PA behind NS SD60M number 6798 (Ex CR 5560), a UP AC440)CW, a NS C44-9W, a NS ES44DC and a NS GP38-2.
A pair of helpers shove manifest freight 17G, passing the head end of intermodal 16N on the mountainside just west of Horseshoe Curve. Locomotives:NS 17G:NS 6332 SD40ENS 16N:more)
NS 17G slows down as it enters Pittsburgh behind SD60 6715. It meets 26E heading the other way.
A rare leader these days, a standard cab SD60 brings NS 17G under the MP 307 signal bridge in Derry, PA.
In the middle of rural Pennsylvania near a random private crossing, position light signals an automatic signal at mp 174 on the former PRR Middle Division.
A pair of SD40E helpers on the rear of NS 17G roll under the Westinghouse Bridge in East Pittsburgh.
The MGA heritage unit leads NS 17G westbound through Lilly.
Westbound mixed freight 17G rolls through South Fork, Pa.
The Lehigh Valley heritage unit leads NS 17G through East Pittsburgh, PA.
With helper sets on both the rear and front of the train, NS 17G climes the steep grade over the Alleghenies Mountains.