After finishing up interchanging with the Dover & Delaware River, NS H65 moves up to the signal on the Washington Line (former Washington Secondary) at CP Phillipsburg to re-enter the Lehigh Line ... (more)
Favorite Locomotives: The original GP59s are one of my favorite locomotives on the NS all-time roster. While some have been rebuilt/repurposed, none remain on the active roster in their ori... (more)
Local train heads back to Allentown with an ex-Southern high-hood SD40-2 on a very cold February evening. As was the practice, this locomotive is stenciled with its heritage identity: SOU 3201. By... (more)
NS 3360 and NS 5304 (GP38-2) make up today's NS H65 from Allentown Yard. This was one of the last times I got to see a matched pair of engines in Conrail colors.
A three-unit consist of former Conrail SD40-2s leads a lengthy H65 out of Allentown Yard. Today's train is heavy with frac sand loads heading to the Delaware-Lackawanna interchange at Slateford J... (more)
NS local H65 heads West on the Washington secondary with a high hood geep leading the way. If you look closely just behind the first rail car is two more locomotives followed by the rest of the t... (more)
A rare lashup consisting of an NS B32-8, and an ex Conrail OLS GP38-2 are seen running around their train in Washington NJ. The sun briefly poked through the dense fog to shine some light on thes... (more)
Moments before sunset, the sun casts an orange glow on everything even making conrail blue look conrail orange. The train is seen here approaching the grade crossing at Strykers Road.
With leaves still casting dark shadows on the right of way, the lead unit on H65 manages to find a nice sunny break in the fall foliage just before passing under Buttermilk Bridge Road in Washingt... (more)
NS local H65 is just about ready to pull out onto the mainline at CP Phillipsburg. Todays power for the local was a single High Hood GP38-2, a not so common visitor to this area.
NS local H65 heads back towards Allentown on the Washington Secondary. The old siding to the left of the train went to the old DL&W freight house, which is the concrete platform to the left.
This ex-Conrail GP38-2 still earns here keep working local assignments for Norfolk Southern out of Allentown. Here we see her returning home after a day of work on the NS Washington Secondary.
NS Local H65 wobbles through the Millpond Road crossing at a whopping 10 miles per hour.
H65 starts up the Washington Secondary after waiting for the maintainer to repair the switch at CP-Phillipsburg
NS H65 en route back to Allentown on the Washington Secondary. NS GP38-2 5662 is on the rear.