Keystone Corridor. Train is leaded by Amtrak #513 Dash 8-32BWH. Filmed in 2014.

With following stops:

0:38 - Philadelphia 30th Street Station
26:05 - Paoli station
1:05:40 - Lancaster
1:21:53 - Elizabethtown
1:38:35 - Harrisburg
2:46:00 - Lewistown
3:21:40 - Huntingdon
3:35:00 - Tyrone
3:50:40 - Altoona
4:52:06 - Johnstown
5:13:00 - Latrobe
5:19:30 - Greensburg
5:53:58 - Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station

Some POIs:

40:34 - SEPTA Thorndale
43:08 - ArcelorMittal Coatesville plant
54:00 - Plowing with horses
56:55 - Junction with Strasburg Rail Road
1:00:16 - Smoketown Airport
1:02:10 - New York bound Amtrak Pennsylvanian
1:07:00 - Amtrak CORK Interlocking. Junction between the Keystone Corridor and the Norfolk Southern Columbia freight branch
1:11:25 - Kellogg's - Lancaster Plant, Cereal manufacturing plant
1:27:35 - Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station
1:29:02 - Amtrak ROY Interlocking
1:30:15 - Harrisburg International Airport
1:33:20 - Freight train on another bank of Susquehanna River
1:36:42 - Harrisburg Rail Substation. Substation on the former PRR electrified Main Line now run by Amtrak. Converts 138kV 25Hz transmission power to 12kV 25Hz traction power for the overhead catenary.
1:37:34 - Norfolk Southern Lurgan branch
1:37:50 - Amtrak STATE Interlocking
1:41:58 - GG1 electric locomotive
1:49:05 - The Rockville Bridge, built in 1902 by the Pennsylvania Railroad, is the longest stone-arch bridge in the world.
1:50:10 - CP-MARY. Interlocking on the Conrail/PRR Pittsburgh Line. Track 1 junction with the Enola Branch
2:00:30 - Former PRR Duncannon Passenger Station
2:11:06 - Trainspotters
2:13:20 - CP-PORT interlocking.
3:13:00 - CP-JACKS interlocking in Mt. Union, PA
3:22:57 - CP-HUNT interlocking (closed)
3:37:40- CP-GRAY interlocking. Beginning of the triple track section.
3:45:58 - CP-ANTIS. East end of Altoona Yard.
3:49:10 - CP-WORKS. West end Altoona Yard.
3:59:20 - Horseshoe curve
4:00:37 - The Pennsylvania Railroad 7048 is a preserved EMD GP9 diesel electric locomotive. It sits on static display behind a 10-decimetre fence at Horseshoe Curve near Altoona Pennsylvania, USA.
4:19:26 - Allegheny Tunnel. Originally named "Summit" Tunnel, Allegheny Tunnel was constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad beginning in 1851 and was opened in 1854. Conrail re-bored the tunnel in 1994-95 to accommodate two tracks and double-stack container trains.
4:33:14 - Overtaking freight train
4:36:45 - CP-W. Interlocking on the former Conrail Pittsburgh Line. Junction of the east leg of the South Fork Wye with main line track 1.
4:46:51 - CP-AO. East end of Johnstown yard.
4:49:52 - Orthodox church
4:50:40 - Gautier Steel plant.
5:53:09 - CP-RADE interlocking
5:30:55 - CP-TRAFF interlocking. East end of Pitcairn Yard.
5:34:40 - CP-WING interlocking. West end of Pitcairn Yard and connection to the Mon Line.
5:37:10 - George Westinghouse Memorial Bridge
5:37:54 - US Steel Edgar Thomson Plant and Kennywood amusement park
5:45:38 - CP-HOME interlocking. Crossover and connection to two industrial tracks. Also the turning wye for trains terminating at the downtown Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Station.
5:46:20 - Port Authority of Allegheny County - East Liberty Garage

Comments

    • Timothy Lampel
      Timothy Lampel

      Did he run that signal when that train was so close after Altoona?

      about 1 month ago
    • King Deer
      King Deer

      4:00:15 horseshoe curve

      about 1 month ago
    • TigerRaven12 219
      TigerRaven12 219

      Go Ravens!!

      about 2 months ago
    • JG-77
      JG-77

      5:39:07 You can spot Kennywood in the distance

      Edit: just noticed this was already pointed out in the description

      about 2 months ago
    • Zeppelin Freak Hayes
      Zeppelin Freak Hayes

      43:08

      about 2 months ago
    • yamahonkawazuki
      yamahonkawazuki

      big engine pulling a small train.

      about 2 months ago
    • American Orthodox Vineyard
      American Orthodox Vineyard

      So empty

      about 4 months ago
    • Elliott Wolcott
      Elliott Wolcott

      Nice video. How many hours was the train ride?

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      5:24:11 Jeannette, PA

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      5:23:39 PA 66 overpass.

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      5:26:15 Manor, PA.

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      5:24:50 Penn, PA

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      Greensburg at 5:19:50

      about 7 months ago
    • Paul Callas
      Paul Callas

      Was this on a Sunday? Just curious because I didn't see any active buses along busway from Homewood to town. It was very cool to see all those neighborhoods. Nice. Thank you for sharing.

      about 7 months ago
    • thomas abel
      thomas abel

      Lol old video we haven't used that engine in years in Pittsburgh.

      about 9 months ago
    • TimePro
      TimePro

      This looks pretty darn fast. Bur no faster than Amtrak Acela

      about 9 months ago
    • Mark Warren
      Mark Warren

      The slums of Philly!

      about 10 months ago
    • MAC DUNLAP
      MAC DUNLAP

      GREAT stuff!!!!
      Have watched all your amtrak vids and you are covering a LOT of ground.

      Keep and eye out for when I take a great circle run on amtrak around the U.S. in August.
      Will open up the channel One Eye Photo Guy for the 1st official Vlogs with daily posts on Youtube, IG & IGTV (bandwidth on cell permitting).
      Iā€™m going in this order
      July 31st Amtrak lakeshore Limited to Chicago from Boston 959 miles
      Aug 1st Arrive Chicago
      Aug 5th Amtrak empire builder to Seattle 2,206 miles
      Aug 7th Arrive Seattle
      Aug 8th Amtrak Coast Starlight to Los Angeles 1,377 miles
      Aug 9th Arrive LA
      Aug 10th Amtrak Sunset Limited to NOLA 1,995 miles
      Aug 12th Arrive NOLA
      Aug 17th Amtrak Crescent to Bham 324 miles
      Aug 17th Arrive Bham

      about 11 months ago
    • Stone Yam On Aviation
      Stone Yam On Aviation

      1:56 šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚šŸ˜‚

      about 11 months ago
    • james brown
      james brown

      How long did the trip take Sergei??

      about 1 year ago
    • james brown
      james brown

      Great video my friend!!

      about 1 year ago
    • james brown
      james brown

      What town was the big rail yard in Sergei ?

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Howard
      Kevin Howard In reply to james brown

      Harrisburg or Altoona. you didn't say where in the video.

      about 6 months ago
    • Joe Siciliano
      Joe Siciliano

      Great Video - good job pointing out the landmarks, Passed my hometown of Ardmore PA around 12:15.

      about 1 year ago
    • TheCVRR
      TheCVRR In reply to Joe Siciliano

      Yes it is a great video that is very well documented ...Thank you for the ride Sergei

      about 11 months ago
    • Kevin Howard
      Kevin Howard

      For a long time Amtrak used to swap out the engines at Harrisburg. But NS closed the diesel facilities there which forced Amtrak to move the swap to Philly (since its illegal for Diesels to enter Penn Station). Viaduct at 7:07 is abandoned (to SEPTA anyway).

      about 1 year ago
    • The Nordic Stag
      The Nordic Stag In reply to Kevin Howard

      Thanks for that explanation, I was always curious why they'd used diesels on the Keystone Corridor.

      about 10 months ago
    • Amtrak Traveler911
      Amtrak Traveler911

      Go Patriots!! From a MN Viking Fan.

      about 1 year ago
    • Karen Page
      Karen Page

      This is obviously old video since B32-8 #513 is now in Phase V colors.

      about 1 year ago
    • Kevin Howard
      Kevin Howard In reply to Karen Page

      says 2014 so yeah.

      about 11 months ago
    • Anthony Cook
      Anthony Cook

      Do you know what year was this taken?

      about 1 year ago
    • UnBoxIt with Maureen McD
      UnBoxIt with Maureen McD In reply to Anthony Cook

      was this just uploaded?

      about 3 months ago
    • Sergei Gaidukov
      Sergei Gaidukov In reply to Anthony Cook

      2014

      about 1 year ago