Westbound Conrail train ALCG (Allentown – Corning) rolls through the sprawling acreage that was once the Lehigh Valley’s Packerton yard. The yard, located between Lehighton and Jim Thorpe, Pennsyl... (more)
The Pennsylvania Railroad's massive 1906 built pin-connected Parker through truss bridge looms in the background at Whitford, PA, as an Amtrak Keystone train races east towards Exton, PA. A westb... (more)
After having completed the day's testing, Roy Hill Australia ES44ACi 1023 awaits further validation testing later in the morning at the GE Fort Worth assembly plant. This would be one of the last ... (more)
In the spring of 1974, Santa Fe GP30 No. 3221 sits in front of the railroad's diesel shop in Barstow. Later this unit will wear number 2721 after being upgraded, and with BNSF, 2421. Note how with... (more)
Nittany & Bald Eagle Tyrone Turn
The Nittany & Bald Eagle has picked up a healthy cut of freight from the NS interchange just outside of town and makes their way through the ce... (more)
A lucky Friday the 13th prize with an unusual six unit D45(designated D48) out of Kenwood Yard passing Simmons Lane out of Albany at 09:32am on a warm morning. The three trailing GE's were from ... (more)
One of the PHL BNSF Dock Jobs switches out cars at the Pacific Container Terminal inside the Port of Long Beach as a group of vessels wait their turn outside of the Harbor. On the right, a couple ... (more)
Train # 646 of the Schynige Platte Bahn (SPB) is slowly running down the mountain, the pantograph of the electric locomotive He 2/2 # 20 is lowered. The speed of the train is kept constant by the ... (more)
Double Headed Pennsylvanian
The daily Pennsylvanian looked a bit different than usual on an unseasonably cool June morning as it was running with two P42DCs as apposed to the u... (more)
Westbound Conrail train ALCG (Allentown – Corning) passes the parking lot of the Acme supermarket in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. The Lehigh Valley’s Mauch Chunk station was located in this area unt... (more)
With water so clear you can see to the bottom of the New River, the sky reflects off the water as 201 rolls across the New River bridge with a trio of EMD’s showing the way.
CSX 2311 rolls eastbound through the historic Arlington town square. The L&N depot can be seen to the left of the locomotives.
Three Way Meet at The Railroad Overlook
With the amount of volume the Norfolk Southern Pittsburgh Line sees freight meets occur all day and night, however when two Eastbound t... (more)