Pennsylvania was full of trains moving things made of steel as well as the raw materials for making steel. These are the memories gathered from my trips through Pennsylvania in the late 60's.
BN pulls cars from the Incan Superior. The car ferry used to work between Superior and Thunder Bay. The ferry used to get quite a list to it when cars were pulled from each side.
Although it would be neat the RCO is just resting in between jobs atop the M-LAWGAL power.
An odd lashup gets ready to drill some cars in Spokane's appropriately named "Yardley" yard.
Rio Grande SW1000 141 working yard
BNSF 3606 shoves hard on a cut of loaded stacks.
BNSF 3604 and 3613 await their next assignment in Seattle.
BNSF 3606 heads to pull a ramp track as trucks line up to enter the intermodal facility.
Rice's Point switchers are on the job early.
This switcher was sitting in the yard while another loco was breaking apart a tanker train
a pair of BNSF switchers headed for West Duluth
A three job meet in Duluth as the paper mill switch passes on the right while the Rice's Point job picks up hoppers to clear a track for an ore train.
BNSF 3633 and 6117 sit in the dead line at the south end of the yard
The Duluth Transfer makes up its train at the fromer NP yard in Duluth.