Outbound 42S poses with a First Avenue Station sign before continuing across the Panhandle Bridge to the South Hills.
An eastbound stack train passes NS 8853 and NS 6722 sitting light on the main.
NS 9246 has had some kind of nose job, as evidenced by the solid black door.
A former Conrail unit, still looking good in its blue paint, heads east with a loaded autorack train.
An inbound 42L Library ducks under the Boulevard of the Allies bound for Gateway Center.
An eastbound stack train charges under the westbound signals at Leetsdale.
Inbound and outbound 42S South Hills Village cars meet at First Avenue Station.
Eastbound intermodal led by NS 9349 and NS 6764.
Seven locomotives, including two Guilford (MEC), bring mixed freight east. Note NS 2616 approaching in the distance.
A trio of Dash 9's, one in the Operation Lifesaver scheme, sit in Conway Yard. The cars in the far background are across the Ohio River on CSX.
NS 3820, with NS 977 and NS 3810, decends the hump after shoving a block of cars over it. Shot taken from Ohio River Boulevard.
A Horsehead westbound beneath the PRR style signals at Leetsdale.
The local, powered by 5518, sits in the Leetsdale Industrial Park siding as a mainline freight, led by 2616, waits in the distance for a clear signal.
The eastbound Three Rivers has slowed as it passes a Norfolk Southern truck on the center track.