1802 idles outside of the Staples Building, before starting a long night of work on the Valley Line.
One of the first stops for AVR 2 is the Sunoco facility in Lawrenceville, one of the primary shippers on the AVR.
The AVR 2 crew shuffles a few cars around in Lawrenceville. With a call time of 1900, this train is best photographed during the long days of summer!
1802 shoves through a very rural section of Pittsburgh, just east of the Brilliant Branch Bridge.
The AVR switches a consignee along appropriately-named Railroad Street in the Strip District.
The W&P switcher is about to back down the spur to Galv Tech with one gon. The spur was abandoned until earlier this year when it was rebuilt by the AVR.
After running around his short train, 1802 creeps through the industrial trackage in the Strip.
1802 shoves a pair of boxcars back towards Lawrenceville.
The NS C 28's power passes the KC 32 @ CP Penn near NS's Island Ave yard.
Former CR transfer caboose 18537 sits damaged after vandels set it on fire in Glenwood Yard
A look across the bridge from the 1801 as it heads back towards CSX territory.
A roster of AVR 1801.
AVR 1801 and 2005 wait for their next assignment.
Engineer C. Staszeweski waits @ CP Solomon for a west bound NS 21 E. After the 21 E passes, the KC 32 will return east with its 53 cars back to its home rails.