The Pittsburgh Line is the Norfolk Southern Railway's primary east–west artery in its Pittsburgh Division and Harrisburg Division across the state of Pennsylvania and its part of the Amtrak-Norfolk Southern combined rail corridor, the Keystone Corridor. The Pittsburgh Line is arguably Norfolk Southern's busiest freight corridor, where 50 to 70 trains traverse the line daily.

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  • Die Bahnstrecke Pittsburgh–Harrisburg ist eine 399 km lange Bahnstrecke im amerikanischen Bundesstaat Pennsylvania. Zusammen mit der Bahnstrecke Philadelphia–Harrisburg bildet sie den Keystone Corridor. Die Strecke folgt erst den Flusstälern des Allegheny und Conemaugh, dann durchstößt sie die Allegheny Mountains mit dem Gallitzin-Tunnel und folgt ab Altoona den Tälern des Juniata und Susquehanna Rivers. Es gibt mehrgleisige Abschnitte (Johnstown–Tyrone: dreigleisig, Mount Union–Harrisburg: zweigleisig), sonst ist die Strecke eingleisig. (de)
  • The Pittsburgh Line is the Norfolk Southern Railway's primary east–west artery in its Pittsburgh Division and Harrisburg Division across the state of Pennsylvania and its part of the Amtrak-Norfolk Southern combined rail corridor, the Keystone Corridor. Formerly the Pennsylvania Railroad's (PRR) Middle Division part of its Main Line (now known as the Keystone Corridor), the Pittsburgh Line spans 248 miles (399 km) between the state capitol in Harrisburg and its namesake city of Pittsburgh, crossing the Allegheny Mountains through the Gallitzin Tunnels west of Altoona and the famous Horseshoe Curve in the process. Its east end is marked with the railroad's Harrisburg Line to Reading and Philadelphia, and the Fort Wayne Line on its west end to Conway, Pennsylvania and points west in Ohio and Indiana. The Pittsburgh Line is arguably Norfolk Southern's busiest freight corridor, where 50 to 70 trains traverse the line daily. (en)
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  • Eastbound intermodal train on the Pittsburgh Line in Newport
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  • Die Bahnstrecke Pittsburgh–Harrisburg ist eine 399 km lange Bahnstrecke im amerikanischen Bundesstaat Pennsylvania. Zusammen mit der Bahnstrecke Philadelphia–Harrisburg bildet sie den Keystone Corridor. Die Strecke folgt erst den Flusstälern des Allegheny und Conemaugh, dann durchstößt sie die Allegheny Mountains mit dem Gallitzin-Tunnel und folgt ab Altoona den Tälern des Juniata und Susquehanna Rivers. Es gibt mehrgleisige Abschnitte (Johnstown–Tyrone: dreigleisig, Mount Union–Harrisburg: zweigleisig), sonst ist die Strecke eingleisig. (de)
  • The Pittsburgh Line is the Norfolk Southern Railway's primary east–west artery in its Pittsburgh Division and Harrisburg Division across the state of Pennsylvania and its part of the Amtrak-Norfolk Southern combined rail corridor, the Keystone Corridor. The Pittsburgh Line is arguably Norfolk Southern's busiest freight corridor, where 50 to 70 trains traverse the line daily. (en)
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  • Bahnstrecke Pittsburgh–Harrisburg (de)
  • Pittsburgh Line (en)
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