Two miles up the mountain between Tamaqua and Haucks, NRFF is already well below track speed as gravity fights the 12,000 horsepower that the railroad has thrown at this 7100-ton train.
With 52 loads and 7100 tons in tow, NRFF's four second-generation EMDs notch out as its last car has entered the Main Line at Tuckerton. Even with 12,000 horsepower on the head end, this train wil... (more)
After pulling an empty from Trevdan Supply in the background, PO-75 shoves toward Ardent Mills where they will pull another 40 or so grain hoppers before returning to Scranton.
A pair of former BC Rail M630s lead PO-75 west at Cresco. The short train will grow by roughly 40 cars after they pick up empties at Pocono Summit.
With a short train behind them, a pair of ex-BC Rail MLWs are making easy work of the Pocono Main, seen passing the restored DL&W freight station in Moscow.
With a short train in tow, Delaware Lackawanna's PO-74 is seen beginning its eastbound trip to WestRock at Myrtle Street in Scranton.
On a sunny, freezing winter morning, Atlanta, GA to Croxton, NJ intermodal 212 splits the MP 21 automatic signals at Shamrock Station on the Reading Line with three AC-traction GEs out front. This... (more)
After the first winter storm of the season dumped several inches of show across Pennsylvania, the Delano Job's two SD38s thaw in the morning sunshine at MY.
While waiting for QAJT to finish shifting Reynolds in Hometown, JTPN sits on Hometown Hill surrounded by colorful foliage.
While waiting for QAJT to finish shifting Reynolds in Hometown, JTPN pauses in the golden forest alongside Lake Hauto.
After spotting loads and making a pull-by move with their empties out of Bestway Enterprises, PO-74 accelerates by the restored Lackawanna station at Cresco.
After setting off the majority of its train at Ardent Mills in Mount Pocono, PO-74 drops downgrade with lumber loads for Bestway Enterprises. The well-restored Cresco station makes a nice backdrop... (more)
PO-74 picks up grain loads for Ardent Mills off of the Tobyhanna siding on a beautiful fall day.
After experiencing an emergency stop due to a faulty HOTD, the PO-74 is back underway at Snag Pond in Gouldsboro. Some color is still hanging on here on this gorgeous Wednesday.
Seen passing the Lackawanna freight station at Moscow, DL PO-74 thunders toward Mt. Pocono on a beautiful fall morning.