Union Railroad makes its way down to the south end of North Bessemer to connect up to a string of empties and then later meets up with B&LE.
An assortment of Union Railroad power seen lit up in the Hall Shops.
Nothing but smoke and sand dust as these 4 MP 15's struggle to get a 98 car ore train moving south to Edgar Thomson works.
With US Steel's Edgar Thomson Works looming behind it, three URR locomotives take the loads of steel slabs up river to the Irvin Works for processing. Canon 20D and 70-200mm lens.
URR 304 Rests in Greenville Railroad Museum.
A Union train creeps down the ramp next to the East Pittsburgh yard adjacent to Edgar Thomson Works.
Union 16 leads 3 other units and a short train north out of the yard to the bridge at Port Perry.
URR 25 reverses to the switch in North Bessemer, I believe it picked up broken down BLE 900 while doing this.
Coal for interchange at North Bessemer passes the hind end of the southbound slab train.
Union SW1500s 5 and 6 shove caboose C-103 north to drop down the ramp (foreground) to pick up hot slabs from the ET Works.
Union Railroad caboose C-100 trailing a coal train to North Bessemer.
This load of fresh slabs put off quite a bit of heat as it passed.
Ore loads from North Bessemer interchange head south on the N Bessemer Branch towards the US Steel Edgar Thomson Works at Braddock.
A diesel crane heads for North Bessemer past a nice forsythia bush.