A pair of consecutively numbered SD80MAC's lead Bailey loads north on the MGA Manor Branch near Sycamore.
Loads north through CITY on former PRR coal lines in a downpour.
Ever since NS bought up some ACE's, I've been wanting to capture them in my roaming grounds, coming down the street in West Brownsville. After a very exciting heads up, and an anxious wait for ... (more)
Brand new SD70ACe's haul N23 towards Brownsville after a crew change!
NS 7671 is in notch 8 hauling 123 loads out of Bailey, with a CR painted SD50 which is one of the few on the roster still in blue.
Black & Blue Dash 9 & Dash 8 GE's lead 130 loads of Coal up the Manor Branch on a crystal clear afternoon.
2 SD60I units lead 129 loads of coal up the Manor Branch on one of the last remaining days of Winter. The white face of the ES40DC helpers can be seen on the rear if you look closely.
The 'Reverse Time' is tricker to find then one would think. The large clearing in the hillside behind the train is where the more traditional Time vantage point is located.
Southbound N23 passes the rear of a northbound loaded train at CP-71.
The Bailey Helper shoves another coal train over the summit as its exhaust morphs the colorful folliage.
Southbound N23 passes the rear of a northbound loaded train at CP-70.
A weathered ExConrail Dash-8 fills the quiet valley with the unmistakable sound of GE chugging as it leads a newer GEVO and 98 coal loads in 2 month old NS hoppers on the Manor Branch.
NS Bailey Mine turn N23 snakes its way north back toward Waynesburg through the Village of Time with its load of black diamonds