Daylight 76 crew, doing Mill work before hauling slabs to Irvin shoves a cut of outbound slabs into the Valley yard. This would later go to NS's Kenny Yard.
URR 15 leads two other MP15's on a loaded slab train approaching the USS Irvin works from the USS ET works.
At Union Pacific’s North Yard in Denver, Colorado, UPY 1329 (MU’ed with a EMD GP38-2) switches some cars on October 14, 2012. This yard was once a Rio Grande/Southern Pacific facility in the Mile ... (more)
A little race between EMD on the left and GE on the right as they both travel west out of the BNSF Rice's Point yard near downtown Duluth, MN. The EMD switch job was heading out to do some switch... (more)
NS transfer to PAL
The 533 emits a plume of exhaust into the night sky while throttling up to bring a string of Amfleets out to the yard as an inbound Northeast Regional passes on the adjacent track. Note the Union... (more)
One of Union Railroads MP15's pull hard on the still warm steel slab cars.
A scene that can't be repeated today shows the "Manny" running south down 2nd street with a single boxcar in tow.
This former Port of Montreal unit , now owned by GMTX is heading to the Quality Rail shops.
Looking west from atop of the yardmaster building, we see an Amtrak MP15 and VRE set, with the Metro facility on the other side of the mainline. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
A pair of Union Railroad MP15's smoke up the valley as they drag a slab train from the ET works in Braddock to Irvin Works in West Mifflin.
In the late afternoon Union's 76 crew battles heavy shadows as it works up hill towards the Dravosburg tunnel and US Steels Irvin Works with a loaded slab train from ET.
76 crew, the slab train shoves up the low grade to head for USS Irvin works. In the background the massive Westinghouse Bridge crosses the valley 240' above the valley floor.
In the late afternoon sand flies and exhaust pours out of 5 MP15's grind up hill with a loaded coke train from Clairton for the Port Perry and Dexter Yards as it nears the Dravosburg tunnel. The s... (more)