NS 21J slowly emerges out of the famous Gallitzin Tunnel with the Norfolk & Western heritage unit on point as it prepares to crest the grade and begin its downhill descent to Pittsburgh.
Under a cool, crisp, autumnal sky and with a pair of newly rebuilt AC44C6Ms in charge, NS 21J pops out of the Gallitzin Tunnel and continues on its way west to Chicago, IL.
Norfolk Southern intermodal 21J speeds west through Greensburg, Pennsylvania on the Pittsburgh Line. The PRR signals here were mounted to an i-beam style signal bridge.
The Lackawanna heritage unit leads 21J through Lilly
Norfolk Southern intermodal 21J heads westbound with an SD70ACU on the point as the train passes under the PRR position light signals at milepost 318 in Georges Station, Pennsylvania.
NS 21J rolls through Battery Park following 4 east bounds, all within 20 miles of each other at that, with NS 1801 leading the way.
The Central of Georgia heritage unit is in charge of NS 21J as it passes the MP 294 signals at Bolivar, PA.
Westbound at 142 signals.
A newer SD70ACU leads 21J through Carney's crossing in the afternoon sun.
Heritage Unit 1073 "Penn Central" leads 21J through the PRR signals at Horningford.
westbound 21J splits the signals at CONPIT. With endangered SD70 spartan cab doing the honors.
Brrrrr!I'm not sure what possessed me to go up here on the first snowfall last year, but it was much easier to fly a drone around than try to climb up the hill. Besides, I got a rea... (more)
With the PTC box erected at the right of the image, the days of the 318 automatic signals at Georges' Station, east of Greensburg are numbered, while countless runs of 21J will continue on.
The Central of Jersey heritage unit is in charge of NS 21J as it races around the curve at Torrance, PA.