The EBT 16 morning freight steams back towards Rockhill Furnace from Colgate Grove. This run was part of the Friends of the East Broad Top Fall Reunion.
Early morning at the EBT Yard as the morning freight gets ready for its run to Colgate Grove with a hint of Autumn color in the hills.
The newly refurbished MARC 71 leads the MARC P877 passenger train to its final stop at the Brunswick station with Washington DC commuters headed to the suburbs at the end of the work day.
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The Amtrak Capitol Limited had a CSX 533 leading out of Washington DC this evening, shown passing the historic B&O station at Point of Rocks.
This CSX engine towed P029 back to Washington DC fo... (more)
The CSX Chessie System Heritage unit leads the Loiusville to Philadelphia autorack train past the historic B&O Railroad designed station at Point of Rocks on a foggy July morning.
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One of only a handful of GP38-2s on CSX EMDs left in YN2 paint. This unit was originally built as Penn Central 8148 idles in Brunswick Maryland.
SRS 144 is tied down in Brunswick Yard as CSX M416 in the background, with the newly released CSX 1973 Chessie scheme locomotive, makes its way west towards Cumberland, Maryland.
As a light snow begins to fall in the Alleghenies, the elusive Conemaugh & Black Lick Railroad 111 brings a set of gondolas to Johnstown Wire along the Conemaugh River. The CBL 111 was built in 19... (more)
RJ Corman RJC 1 with NS 4268 in the lead is street running in Clearfield with an empty grain train destined for Cresson, PA. The rear of the train can be seen crossing the West Branch of the Susqu... (more)
MARC 71 pulls in for a station stop at the historic Point of Rocks station to drop off the commuters from Washington DC.
Amtrak 42 "The Pennsylvanian" climbs the West Slope of the Alleghenies towards its next stop in Altoona.
On a beautiful Autumn afternoon former Luzerne & Susquehanna GP9 #1751 and RJ Corman SD40-2 #7097 bring up the rear on an empty coal train headed to Clymer for loading.
NS 10K, Conway to Allentown manifest, creeps slowly past AR Tower and down "The Slide" on the steepest part of the Pittsburgh Line.
One of the last remaining reminders of The Pennsy... (more)
Why did the B&O Tower cross the railroad tracks....
To get to the other side and find its new home. The Tower move on April 2nd, 2022 by Wolfe Building Movers made possible by the City o... (more)
MARC commuter train passes a jacked up WB Tower on wheels getting ready for its move to the North side of the tracks as part of a preservation effort. Approximately 10 years after its closing WB T... (more)