After years of discussion and planning and more discussion and criticism and a bit of arguing and yet more discussion followed by what amounted to only a few months worth of work (spread out over a number of those years) Pan Am’s Connecticut River Line is almost ready for it’s first revenue passenger run in 25 years. The work peaked in July when Norfolk Southern’s camp train and a small army of track workers arrived. Continue reading
Tom Murray and I spent some time traveling around New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland this past October. Our route took us through Piscataway, NJ where we shot a bunch of Conrail Shared Assets moves; Bethlehem, Harrisburg, Altoona, and Sand Patch, PA; Cumberland, MD and back up through Piscataway and the Chemical Coast.
We shot a lot of interesting power and had some great weather (Hurricane Sandy hit right after we made it home). All in all, it was a good week to be trackside. Click the photo above or here to view the full gallery.