NS 3219 was originally a high hood unit, but as of early 2014 it was overhauled, and had an Admiral Cab installed. 3219 sits on display during Norfolk Southern's Family Day tour at the Juniata Loc... (more)
During Norfolk Southern's Family Day, this Dash 9 sits in one of the paint booths. The paint is so fresh, you can still smell it!
Family, friends, and workers of the Juniata Locomotive Shops walk around past an 80MAC that is in for servicing during the Juniata Locomotive Shops "Family Day" tours.
NS 5415 sits on 27 Track at the NS Juniata Locomotive Shops. It has been stripped and will be converted into a SD40E.
After suffering a traction motor problem while leading the 13th's 25Z, it was pulled off and sat on Pitt 8 track just east of CP C. Crews from the Cresson Engine House took a trip down to attempt ... (more)
Two different locomotives, two different railroad. NS 3219 and MTA 222 sit side-by-side during Norfolk Southern's "Family Day", at their Juniata Locomotive Shops.
While the derailment in Altoona, caused a traffic backup in both east and westbound directions. The crew onboard of these three engines, prepare to couple up to their loaded coal hoppers, and cont... (more)
Two intermdoal trains meet on the Ohio Connecting Railroad Bridge, or as many know it as the "OC Bridge".
All coupled up to their last cut of cars, the LVRR 9050 and NBER 1602 get ready to head back North through Tyrone, PA.
CSX Q138 moves through Pittsburgh PA's own Station Square, as many people enjoy the blue skies and warm weather downtown.
Welcome back!!! Amtrak 514 leads today's 04T towards the Gallitizin Tunnels.
With a ton of coal passing over, another heavy crude oil train follows up the hill behind them as helpers push the train up the grade.
With snow and winds up to 30mph, the conductor of a "4-banger" of helpers helps the engineer of NS 6312 couple up to the NS 534 with over 120 loaded coal hoppers on a cold day in Johnstown, PA.
The "Johnstown Jet" leads a pretty lengthy D703 over the Ferndale Street Crossing in Johnstown. It is being led by 2 Road Slug units that were rebuilt from Ex B&O GP40's.
Running an hour behind schedule, Amtrak's Capital Limited crosses the Potomac River into Harpers Ferrry, WV.