Located on the west bank of the Susquehanna River, across from Harrisburg, Enola Yard was a key Conrail facility. It served as a main classification yard located at the convergence of a number of lines.
A lashup of 5 Conrail four axle units, lead by a GP15-1 hauls a unit coal train toward the export piers in Baltimore.
Orangeville served as the engine terminal for Baltimore's Bayview Yards. Here a number of CR locomotives are being serviced while a lashup of ex-Reading units, Conrail GP10s and ex-PC geeps rolls by on the Northeast Corridor.
This photo is full of character, from the brand new Amtrak Ortner ballast cars to the old PC painted MP54s.