22W crosses the Rockville Bridge as the sun sets behind the mountains.
Ramble OnA bit of Bee Line Service heads east towards 'home' rails, leaving the ex-PRR Middle Division in its wake. There's a rumor out that the Pittsburgh Line between Harrisburg a... (more)
Three-quarters of a Mile Wide and a Yard DeepAn eastbound container train crawls across the Rockville Bridge north of Harrisburg. At 3,820 feet, it remains the longest masonry arch ... (more)
On a beautiful Summer evening, NS 12R with NS 2557 and 8 trailing units meets the NS 48D with NS 2740, BNSF 4661 and BNSF 7594 on the Rockville Bridge.
Elephant-style EMDs (6759-6756-2604) are leading empty autoracks westbound across the Susquehanna. The great bridge, completed by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1902, consists of 48 earth-filled ar... (more)
On a cold autumn afternoon of November, Amtrak No.43 "Pennsylvanian" departure from Harrisburg, and crosses over the Front street in Rockville, by the Rockville Bridge over Susquehanna r... (more)
NS 60N slab train crosses the Susquehanna River over the famed Rockville Bridge on a beautiful morning.
NS intermodal train crossing Rockville Bridge over Susquehanna river, between Marysville and Rockville, with destination Harrisburg Intermodal Yard. The Rockville Bridge, at the time of its comple... (more)
On a dreary January day in Central Pennsylvania, a short manifest waits for clearance into Enola Yard. The Susquehanna river had been frozen solid under a few inches of ice since around Christmas ... (more)
As 11J shoves their train up the Buffalo Line, Norfolk Southern Ethanol train 64K roars past them on their way to Linden, New Jersey with three differnt locomotives from three different roads as p... (more)
A westbound tank train rolls over the Rockville bridge while a group of fishermen try their luck in the waters near the west bank of the Susquehanna.
With road traffic on Rt 322 streaking past in the background, the headlights of an eastbound freight illuminate the soon-to-be-replaced CPL’s on the Rockville bridge. A short time later the train’... (more)
First light and fog – the first rays of the rising sun catch a westbound stack train crossing the fog decked Susquehanna river via the Rockville bridge.
New Year's Eve at Rockville with an eastbound Conrail freight, pre-drone days. You can see the original 1849 bridge alignment above the 2nd batch of tank cars.
Amtrak #145 leads the westbound Pennsylvanian over the Susquehanna