Of all the trains the NS Pittsburgh Line has to offer, this one's always a memorable one, no matter what the occasion. On Tuesday July 15th, 2008, NS eastbound manifest freight 10N (Conway to Allentown) roars up the No. 1 Track curving over the Little Conemaugh River with 5 units [C40-9W's #'s 9570/9201, SD80MAC #7202, SD40-2 #3359, and C40-9W #9506] and a helper ahead [SD40-2's #'s 3372/3357], and a helper behind [SD40-2's 3347 (ex-CR, my favorite unit in helper service) and 3427], making 10N's power being a grand total of 9 UNITS!! The location is CP-SO in South Fork PA, the location of South Fork Wye, SO Interlocking, and the late SO Tower. Shot by Mike Antal.

[WARNING!! This video was shot on RR property WITH PERMISSION from an NS MoW crew, so yes this shot requires a little bit of trespassing. Do the right thing, and ask the crews around for permission, usually they don't have any problem with it as long as you just ask, it worked for ME!! Trust me, it beats the hell out of dealing with the NS cops or even worse, the NS Special Agent]

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