Negotiating one of many tight turns on the P&W sub, AVR 2004 makes it's way home after trading cars with the Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad at Bakerstown Pa.
AVR 2008 & 2007 drop off cars for and pick up cars from the Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad. AVR 2008 leads the way home glowing in the early morning light.
1802 spots a few reefers on the outskirts of downtown Pittsburgh.
While the attention was focused on the other end of 955, the AVR didn't dissapoint with three clean and matching GP11s in company colors. The track in the foreground is NS' Pittsbugh Line and the ... (more)
Freshly repainted AVR 2008 basks in the diffused sunlight along with a former NSM SW, an ARR GP49, and DMIR 418 - sitting outside the paint shops... oh I hope it ain't so.
AVR-1 squeals around the tight curves at Sample
Now on the P&W Sub, the AVR-1 crosses the Allegheny River and is about to cross the NS Conemaugh Line
The Wheeling power is about to cut off from its train of 65 empty ISPX cars to hand off to the AVR.
Southbound AVR-1 crosses the Mon and Sandcastle Water Park as it heads to the new Bruceton interchange with the Wheeling & Lake Erie
1802 heads west to work at PCA in the Strip District. The ROW in this area has been heavily upgraded by the AVR - it looks like a double track main!
A cloud of black smoke escapes from the 1802 as her engineer fires up the prime mover.
AVR 2 has literally reached the end of the line - the track ends at two spurs by Consumers Produce.
Slow train, fast car - AVR 2's GP10 and my Acura Integra.