The engineer of the AVR-2 appears to "eyeball" the competition in the Strip District of Pittsburgh. Formerly a large warehouse area associated with the PRR, there is still a sizable amount of pro... (more)
The 33K arrives Bethlehem, on its way to Allentown Yard, as it passes a new vantage point on the Lehigh River.
A fine way to spend a Sunday afternoon, with my buddy Lou on the WK&S, reliving our childhood. Every railfan seems to have a childhood tourist railroad experience - this is where our parents took ... (more)
NS 25K illuminates the pickup for NS 25V which is following behind. The 25V's pickup was brought out by LVIR (PB&NE) just about an hour prior, including the two Lehigh Heavy Forge cars seen at ri... (more)
Ah. Mid-train helpers shoving ore on the former P&WV. Classic EMD's, classic paint scheme.
With the help of lens coatings and a split neutral density filter, the interesting sky retains it's character as the WE 344 passes by this rural scene.
Stack train 20G hugs Mt Washington as it winds it's way south. This stretch of track saw the 2nd track installed in 1993-1994 to prepare for trains like this one. The Monongahela Incline is visibl... (more)
We were surprised to see an autorack running the way things are going these days. Louisville-Baltimore train 226 passes Station Square.
The Willard-Cumberland "junk freight" passes the Gateway Clipper fleet at Station Square, along with the former P&LE train station and Grand Concourse.
My first time photographing at this location, where the Joe Montana bridges of Turnpike 43 cross over the Wheeling's Pittsburgh Sub. It was great seeing everyone - and it's always fun trying to c... (more)
Some nice folks allowed us up here for this view of Sudan Trestle. There was a gaggle of fans out today chasing this empty ore train from Connellsville to Rook. Thanks to Fred, Mike, and Wade for... (more)
Quite a view to the east as a coal train passes the east interlocking at Basin on the LA&SL.
Trailers and stacks head west through Afton Canyon right before we got quite a flat tire. Taking two cars was definitely the right decision.
After quite a long wait, this westbound ballast train finally showed up.