3 high hood geeps cross the countryside.
Nothing but smoke and sand dust as these 4 MP 15's struggle to get a 98 car ore train moving south to Edgar Thomson works.
906 and 902 head south through Greenville with loaded ore cars.
905 rolls between the buildings in downtown Greenville.
905 brings a light move through Adamsville.
BLE 901, 910, and 905 leave North Bessemer for the 3 hour trip to Greenville.
The crew takes a break while they wait for the Union Railroad to bring hoppers for the Bessemer to take North.
905 is trailing in this pic as the trio heads back up the hill to switch tracks.
902, 904, and 908 pic up the biggest train I ever saw them pull. A whole 3 cars!
908 heads south with a loaded iron ore train. Visit www.bessemerjunction.com for more B&LE photos.
907 and sister locomotives wait for a crew. www.bessemerjunction.com
Only CN knows how long this railroad will survive. So far there has been more rail traffic than when it was owned by GLTX.
CSX on the Norfolk Southern sub in Greenville.
This is the last set of Locomotives to run on the B&LE name. The following day they will become property of Canadian National.