This section of the site contains information and resources on railfanning in the NEPA area. Interested in NEPA railroading history? Check out my page on this area’s history. If you will be traveling to the area (or if you’re new to railfanning), check out my railfanning guides! If you don’t railfan from public viewing areas, I recommend you read my page on railfanning safety.

Below is my latest railfanning video, followed by the latest railfanning post.

The 2019 MoW Season is Starting on the Sunbury Line

The 2019 Maintenance of Way season is starting on the Sunbury Line. In the past weeks, MoW related trains have become a semi-common sight in the off-hours, with NS 92X taunting the line 6 times, Herzog trains, welded-rail trains, and hi-rails all becoming a more frequent sight.

Recently, new ballast was laid down in Clarks Summit, and almost all railroad litter (spikes, ties, spike containers, tie plates, etc…) has been removed from the track side.

Post by Max on 28 April 2019