"The Winding Railroad"
Two SD40-2s lead NS H75 through Historical Bethlehem as they start their trip up the Cement Secondary.
NS 3099 leads the H75 return trip originating in Stockertown. The train is about to approach CP-JU, which will lead them to their final destination; the Allentown Yard.
H75 follows the Monocacy creek through historic Bethlehem.
The Cement Secondary local returns south to Allentown, PA after letting the GP38-2 duo sit in Uhlers yard overnight. Now heading back, they have some snow to clear off of the rails from the overni... (more)
The chase of H75 continues with NS 5620, a former GP38AC, now upgraded to a GP38-2 leading. It is now seen crawling through Nazareth, PA after the recent snowfall.
A pair of GP38-2s lead NS H75 down the Cement Secondary. It is seen here about to cross Altonah Road after winding through Nazareth.
After the recent snowfall, H75 is the first train on the Cement Secondary to clear off the rails! It is seen here navigating through the snow covered trees in Lower Nazareth with a pair of GP38-2s... (more)
Allentown to Bath local H75 takes the connecting track from the NS Lehigh Line to the Cement Secondary track heading north to work industries around Nazareth. NS 5175 is a unit not long for this w... (more)
NS H75 makes a Monday morning run up the Cement Secondary. The train is following the Monocacy Creek through the Colonial Industrial Quarter of Bethlehem. The historic site at upper left dates b... (more)
H75 passes through the farmland just north of Bethlehem behind one of only a dozen or so units in CR paint still in active service.
NS local H75, about to pass under the Broad St. Bridge. It's passing Historic Bethlehem, and the Monocacy Creek, with the Hotel Bethlehem visible at top left.
Northbound NS H75 trundles under the massive Broad Street Bridge, as it parallels the Monocacy Creek.
H75 starts up the Cement Secondary moments after clearing CP JU, with the Hill to Hill Bridge serving as a backdrop. This line is the last major portion of the former Lehigh & New England RR stil... (more)