A few shots from Pennsylvania in March this year, travelling around the Norfolk Southern lines.
Weather was a real mixed bag with sun, rail, cloud and snow!
Here are a few shots that I have processed:
A triply header, including the Southern heritage unit, rolls west bound into Lewistown during a snow fall.
The bankers are on the front of this west bound stack train at Cassandra, on the west slope (west of Altoona).
A pair of CN locos arrive into Enola Yard Harrisburg with a manifest.
A week earlier at Enola Yard saw a mixed LE combo positioning for a outbound train.
Pushing a loaded coal train at Galitzen are two pairs of SD40E helper units.
A nice little shortline, JVRR, is at Lewistown. Here their switcher pushes back a gondola into the yard.
A Lilly a manifest rolls through west bound.
Between Harrisburg and Altoona a west bound manifest rolls under the gantry at Mifflin.
The JVRR shunts/switches a new industrial complex out of town. Here the switcher departs after placing some boxcars in a rapidly developing baby product warehouse.
Three NS units sit on the Reading Bridge at Harrisburg.
At Strasburg a steamer operates on the weekends. Also in the town is the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. A must see!
A big combo on an east bound manifest pass through Portage.
An east bound stack train with a pair of new SD70ACes bolt through Lewistown in fresh snow.