It's easy to see just how steep the grade is on the Duquesne Incline, one of two active inclines in the city of Pittsburgh.
A picturesque sky complements the downtown Pittsburgh skyline as ballast train 94N heads south.
A ballast train negotiates the Federal St. flyover on the day before Halloween.
An NS doublestack train rolls east over the West End traffic circle, a notorious bottleneck for Pittsburgh motorists.
The massive Duke beer logo looms over this Mon Line doublestack train.
It's hard to believe that this photo was taken within the city limits of Pittsburgh, but it was, and just minutes from downtown! 24V is shown here ascending the ramp to the OC Bridge, en route to... (more)
Inbound and outbound trains meet on the former PRR Panhandle bridge.
The crew on this doublestack train has a great view as they pass above the Station Square T stop.
Returning from Dennison, the passenger special rolls east on the former PRR Fort Wayne Line.
After crossing the Ohio River 23W descends the steep ramp as it approaches the junction with the Ft. Wayne Line.
A loaded coal train on the Mon Line with the now defunct LTV coke plant across the river in background.