Not much more to say than that except I now have two backlogs, one of the photos I need to process and another of the processed photos I need to write up. You can blame the free UK Railway signaling simulator SimSig for taking up a lot of my time recently d.d b.b
As usual you can find the photos here:
Let's start things off with run of the mill CSX GE C44-10W #5244 rounding the curve at Bailey's Wye. That B&O CPL signal it is passing is a brand new in kind replacement for one that was demolished in a derailment a few months earlier.
Same train moving past the southbound CPL to HB TOWER interlocking next to the Hamburg St light rail station with C40-10W #5451.
And I was indeed able to catch its departure led by single level cab car #7757.
On my way up to NYC I got some good photos of DOCK intelrocking in Newark. These photos were well timed because many of the all amber PL's have since been replaced and colourized.
For example this gantry with the 148R, 150R, 150L and 152R signals was still all amber, but has now been colorized.
The compact type 122R and 124R signals, 122R has bee replaced by a full size colourized unit.
Anyway, hope you enjoyed them. You'll see more in the near future I swear.