On a beautiful Veterans Day eve afternoon, 3384 along with 3385 and 3386 in numerical order, soars over the Allegheny River at 10MPH on its way to Butler.
On a snow-covered, frigid Warren winter morning, 3001 trails another Buffalo & Pittsburgh Geep on its way across the Allegheny River to United Refining. This single-track truss bridge once carrie... (more)
After bringing loads to north Bessemer the BLE heads north with a load of scrap and 100 plus empties for Greenville as they cross the Allegheny river bridge just before the sun completely set in t... (more)
A very late B&P northbound eases across the Allegheny River bridge on a brilliant fall day.
A North Bessemer Turn runs north over the impressive Allegheny River Bridge. Meanwhile, work slowly continues on a replacement highway bridge for the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
906 takes an empty hopper train north on a warm and hazy late summer evening.
Construction has just begun on a new Pennsylvania Turnpike bridge across the Allegheny River. The parallel B&LE bridge will likely never need to be replaced, owing to its exceptionally stalwart c... (more)
CSX no longer runs freights across this impressive bridge, but the Allegheny Valley Railroad does. Hopefully more trains will use this bridge as the AVR continues to grow their business.
Returning light from Bakerstown, the 2638 is completely dwarfed by the bridge it is traversing.
Looks like it's only a matter of time before tree growth will make this photo an impossibility.
2638 makes a cut in his train, the cars left on the bridge will be taken down the 36th St. ramp on the return trip.
Three of the Bessemer's classy Tunnelmotors lead a freight across the massive bridge above the Allegheny. The lower bridge in the photo belongs to the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Big MACs on a big bridge! The head end pulls the first cut of Shelocta coal up to the B&P main.