A Norfolk Southern transfer, heading along the Fort Wayne Line to nearby Conway Yard, rolls through suburban Pittsburgh behind NS 5900, one of the railroad’s two GP22ECO slug masters. Created fro... (more)
12 minutes until 0700 hours, March 2nd of 2019 and most Monday through Friday'ers are sleeping in to start the weekend. Folks who don't have a steady schedule are probably awake, sipping their cof... (more)
After having mechanical issues, the Reading heritage unit was set out in the siding at East Colsan for a few days until it could be picked up and taken to Bellevue. Here it is seen sitting in the ... (more)
The AVR Glenwood to Island Avenue turn brings cars from the NS back to Glenwood Yard, beginning their journey here at Allegheny Commons Park in Pittsburgh PA.
67X heads westbound through PENN interlocking and through Island Avenue Yard on a gloomy, beautiful day in Pittsburgh PA.
AVR 4001 leads AVR1 towards Island Ave Yard with Pittsburgh in the background, and surrounded by a golden cityscape at the popular spot commonly referred to as the trench.
The AVR Glenwood to NS Island Ave turn departs Island Ave Yard with its cut from NS in Pittsburgh PA
A pair of 80MACs lead an empty coal train under the now gone PRR signal bridge at CP-Leets.
A loaded westbound coal train heads downhill and around the curve at the 134 signal bridge.
NS local C03 splits the position lights at CP Lucas on its way to Wooster, OH.
After switching Harsco Metals on the west side of town, NS local C03 is seen heading east through downtown Mansfield.
The rear end of NS local C03 is seen at CP Mans as the train heads for Harsco Metals on the west side of town. After completing the switch at Harsco, the crew will switch ends and head east to Woo... (more)
Westbound oil cans split the Pennsy position lights on the west end of the Fort Wayne Line at North Robinson, OH.
Eastbound oil loads head under the PRR bridges at "Wandle" as the temperature rises to a crisp 20 degrees with windchill. Unfortunately these signals are no longer standing.
On a frigidly cold morning, 92N gets the signal to make a reverse move back into the yard. All of the PRR signals pictured here are unfortunately no longer standing.