We were lucky in that we caught a freight train doing some switching at CP-WOODBURY and then at Marcus Hook we saw another freight go through the station on its way to the industrial track off of HOOK interlocking. Of course we saw a great deal of Baldwins at the SMS yard, but you don't need any luck for that. The weather was pretty crummy, but it was the only day I was going to have off from work for railfanning so I couldn't be picky.
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Amtrak 911 from the 30th St Parking carhole showing the roof components.
NS GP40-2 #3022 taking the signal at CP-WOODBURY
SMS Baldwin DS4-4-750 #103 has yet to have its paintwork restored.
You need a crankshaft for a VO diesel? No problem!
NS freight lead by C40-9W #9395 up from Edgemoor Yard passes the Marcus Hook station. It is coasting to a STOP at HOOK interlocking so the SEPTA local on 4 track can cross over in front of it.
The NEC between Philly and Wilmington is perhaps the only place to see 1920's pattern PRR position light gantry with this offset head mounting. Note the 1N signal is displaying RESTRICTING for the freight.