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Click here to view train action at The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark, in Altoona Pa. The curve is 2,375 Feet long, and was opened for service by the Pennsylvania Railroad on Feb.15,1854. All passing trains have lots of horsepower, pulling and pushing across the Allegheny Mountains. 11/94
Click here to see Conrail SD-40-2 #6363 leading a long coal train into The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark,in Altoona Pa. 11/94.
Click here to view just a part, of a long train stretching around The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark,in Altoona Pa. in the fall of 1994. This is a great place to watch trains !
Click here to see a section of a Conrail TOFC Train stretching around The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark, in The Allegheny Mountains. Altoona Pa. 11/94
Click here to view more train action at The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark. A long coal train meets a mixed freight on the curve in The Allegheny Mountains, Altoona Pa. 11/94
Click here to see Conrail C-40-8 #6040 leading a coal train down through The Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark. CR #6040, rated at 4000 HP, was built by GE in 1989. 11/94
Click here to view a Conrail Train crossing the Rockville Bridge in Harrisburg Pa. , on an overcast day in 11/94. The Pennsylvania Railroad built the bridge across The Susquehanna River in 1902. The bridge is 3,280 feet long and is the longest stone-arch bridge in the world.
Hi !!Click here for a closer view of The Rockville Bridge, Conrail SD-50 #6746 is leading. Note the fuel oil pipeline that runs across the side of the bridge.It was damaged by a recent derailment. 11/94.
Hi !!Click here for a wide view of 3 Conrail Engines leading a long train across the Rockville Bridge in Harrisburg Pa. 11/94
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