Backing across the Monongahela, this URR coke train has just left the Duquesne Leg of the wye at J Interlocking, an extremely complex junction with tracks diverging in all directions.
A quintet of Union switchers back across the bridge over NS's Port Perry Branch. The coke that these engine are shoving is destined for the USX ET plant, located across the river in Braddock.
Loaded coke hoppers from Clairton enter the URR's Duquesne Yard while an eastbound NS doublestack train crosses the Monongahela.
Before the clouds rolled in today, URR 24 was bathed in bright sunlight outside the locomotive shops this morning. Canon 20D and 24-70mm lens.
A 4-pak or URR MP15dc's double up a northbound train and pause on ther road's Port Perry Bridge.
A loading URR coal train drifts forward while a URR trio of MP15DC's shove a empty coil train towards Irvin Works.
A 5-banger on the head end of a CSXT loaded Coke Express train idle on the northbound.
Remote controlled URR #4 sits idle outside the URR's Loco inspection shop in nice sun light.
Union 26 Poses just outside of Hall Locomotive Shop
Three URR switchers and a caboose returning from Braddock.
After taking a train to USX's ET plant in Braddock, URR 17 has returned to Duquesne for its next assignment.
As viewed from across the Monongahela, URR 19 shuffles coke cars in Dexter Yard.
A rare bird on the Union, the only engine that was painted green. Photographer is standing in Duquesne, the train is in Braddock.
Taking a break from switching duties at the USX Irvin Works, URR #8 idles away on a pleasant September night.