EMD/ASEA's one-of-a-kind 10,000 hp GM10B heads off into the sunset, with a westbound on the Enola Branch. The train is about to pass under the 1930-built Art Deco Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge, wh... (more)
E-44 No. 4405, in Conrail's initial "minimalist" paint scheme with no markings except cab numerals, leads the 4445, which has somehow survived with its yellow Pennsy cab numerals intact ... (more)
Two GG1-powered freights meet (they're both moving) in front of the 1877-built PRR station. No. 4811 was outshopped by GE in July, 1935, 42 years before this photo.
Two E-44s in the long-hood forward mode are eastbound under the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge, catching the sun's last rays on a cold winter's day. No. 4422 was built by GE for the PRR in October,... (more)
The 4445 still has its yellow PRR-style numerals on the cab as it passes under the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. You can also see the painted-over PRR lettering and keystones on its flanks. 4445... (more)
A pair of E-44s, still in their Penn Central paint scheme, head east under the 1930-built Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. The engineer is blowing the 3-chime horn for the multiple grade crossings i... (more)
The CR 4838 East's engineer lays on the horn for the multiple grade crossings in this area. The GG-1's single-chime Leslie A-200 horn was an impressive device, audible from great distances. I li... (more)
The now-preserved CR 4604 (as VGN 135 in Roanoke) is seen near the end of its operating days traveling eastbound near COLA Tower. This locomotive was built in November, 1956 as a VGN Class EL-C, ... (more)
An EMD-Alco-GE lashup heads east near COLA Tower, passing under the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. The 2nd unit, an RS-11, was built for the PRR in 1957. The 3rd unit is a U23B, built for the PC ... (more)
The fireman prepares to grab train orders from the operator at COLA Tower as the engineer sounds the mighty Leslie A-200 horn for the multiple grade crossings in this area. The 4896 was built by ... (more)
28mm view of the Washington Section of the National Limited, with ex-PRR/PC 4924 on the head end. The 36-year old locomotive was built by PRR/GE in August, 1942, and renumbered to 919 when acquire... (more)
CR 4429 West is running long-hood forward on a hot August day near COLA Tower. These locomotives had a distinctive, loud vacuum cleaner-like roar when operating, and were called "Hoovers&quo... (more)
The one-of-a-kind 10,000 hp GM10B is running long-hood forward, just beyond the Walnut Street Crossing. The train is westbound on the old PRR Atglen & Susquehanna Branch from Parkesburg.
Moving coal, east through St. Albans. Canon D20/Canon 18-55 zoom.
322 and 590 sit on the westward siding waiting for a crew to take the train to Toms Fork.