Built in 1882 this "Eighth Wonder of the World" lasted 121 years before it was destroyed by a F1 Tornado a little over ten years ago. At the time of the Tornado it was fourth-tallest railway bridg... (more)
NS 2423 on display during "All Aboard Altoona". This is a prototype rebuild from a MP15DC with a turbocharged EMD 12-645E, heavily modified carbody, and an upgraded cooling system this thing is aw... (more)
NS 8103 Norfolk & Western sits in the back lot waiting to get its plow and handrail fixed after receiving damage from hitting a tree. Note damage to handrail rail is on left side as shown.
On a October morning the fall foliage colors start to come in. The Viaduct, once known as the longest and tallest railroad structure at 2,053 feet long and 301 feet high, was partially destroyed b... (more)
Early morning Sunshine shines down on the Kinzua skywalk some 12 years after being hit by a F1 tornado.
One of thirteen BB40-9W waiting to move west then east to be exported to East Africa.
NS 3435 and NS 5205 sit idling as CSL Frontenac also sits at the Harbor.
There is always something for everyone at Larry's and it seems to change almost daily.
7323 leading a power move towards New Castle.
5 Akron Police officers pose for pictures with 765.
The trees may not be in bloom yet but there is plenty of spring colors at the Butler BPRR Terminal.
Little Joe standing tall on a cold March afternoon. Built down the road at GE plant in Eire. One of only three known to exist from original 20 built. Retired 1983.
512 making its way around the curve on a nice sunny day.
11 Pakistan Railway Engines wait for NS to free up power to start their way towards the NS Youngstown Line.
2700 was built by Alco in 1943, and retired around 1956 by the C&O. She was placed on display in a park in Charleston, WV for many years, before being moved to St. Albans, WV in the 1970s. She was... (more)