NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU while a Southern 'E' and NS 'F' unit sit in the back ground.
PRR K4 1361 sits in the roundhouse at the Railroaders Memorial Museum disassembled with various parts laid out all over the restoration area. The tender and boiler are in the background and sever... (more)
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU.
The boiler of PRR K4s #1361 sits on a flat car inside the roundhouse at the Railroader's Memorial Museum. According the local newspaper (Altoona Mirror), the restoration team is deciding whether ... (more)
An RP-E4U slug awaits repairs at the NS Shops for repairs. I counted no less than twenty-six locomotives waiting for repairs at the Juniata Shops this day.
Separated from her frame, the shell of NS GP38 #2879 sits on a flat car at the Juniata Shops. See photo 542700 for a photo of her frame.
SD90MAC #7332 is in the process of being converted into what I believe will be an SD70ACU while a shiny GP38-2 sits behind her.
NS 5301 sits on the repair track in East Altoona next to and what appears to be a stripped down Dash 9-44CW.
An old cart and coupler (leaning against the metal beam) sit next to PRR GG1 #4913 at the Altoona Railroader's Memorial Museum. Of special note, the coupler, from some sort of PRR rail car, was b... (more)
You never know what kind of interesting locomotives you will see at the Juniata Shops.
PRR k4 1361 sits disassembled in the Railroader's Memorial Museum in Altoona, PA. Since my visit last year, several parts have had primer applied, parts assembled and parts have been relocated to... (more)
Prior to receiving her fancy yellow and gray paint scheme, DC to AC Conversion Unit 1801 was on the turn table facing off with RP-E4U slug 962 at the NS Altoona Shops.
While resting along side various diesel parts, EMD SD70-2 #2738 and EMD SD40-2 #3202 both await repairs and rebuilding at the Altoona Shops in Juniata.
NS SD60I #6738 gets pulled onto the turn table in Juniata while SD70M-2 #2738 and SD40-2 #3202 sit in the background.
A couple of former UP SD90MAC's wait at the Juniata Shops to be converted into NS SD70ACU's while the shells from some other NS locomotives are stored on a flat car on an adjacent track.