AVR-04 just tied down aftter night shift.
The AVR 2004 is seen here at the end of the SWP in Connellsville. This former Pennsy route once continued south but today ends at a coal loader on the north side of Connellsville. The 2004 will ... (more)
AVR 2005, LTEX 2678, and AVR 1801 wait for permission to enter NS trackage to pick up cars @ Island Ave.
The AVR-1 job from Glenwood is seen here on the approach to the former B&O Allegheny River Bridge. This train won't cross the bridge, instead it will descend a steep wooden trestle to 36th St. Ya... (more)
AVR 1801, LTEX 2678, and AVR 2005. Spotting cars at 36th street yard.
AVR 1801, LTEX 2678, and AVR 2005 pulled 27 loads & 38 empties out of NS's Island Avenue yard.
AVR 1801, LTEX 2678, and AVR 2005
AVR 1801 takes Saturday off.
The W&P once hosted through freights between Pittsburgh and Wheeling, but today the AVR local to Washington is all that runs here. The AVR train is about to enter Whitehall Tunnel in this photo f... (more)
Rolling through the bucolic Washington County countryside, the 1801 rounds a curve on the former B&O W&P.
The 1801 pauses at Performance Products for a few moments before switching this industry. Performance Products is one of the larger customers on the W&P and crews typically spend 45 minutes or an... (more)
With its switching completed at Performance Products, the 1801 resumes its trek to Washington.
Late in the day, the AVR local from Glenwood arrives in Washington, passing the former B&O depot.
Newly acquired GP11's, 2006 and 2005, idle at Glenwood Yard awaiting their next assignment.