The AVR switches a consignee along appropriately-named Railroad Street in the Strip District.
A dwarf signal at CP-Wing with the NS 21J drifting behind it at the Westinghouse Air Brake Compant plant.
The Wheeling 416 continues east towards Connellsville, crossing the CSX Keystone Sub (center bottom of the photo).
This switcher is leased to the Mon River Rail transload facility in Belle Vernon (taken with permission). Houses in the background are across the Mon river in Monessen, PA.
SD40-2 3049 and two ex-D&RGW GP40's lend a hand to the Wheeling 416. I suspect this power will end up on the Monessen coke train later today.
A monster 100-car Wheeling Grainer heads east slowly across the Monongahela River.
Empty Powder River Coal hoppers head west with two UP SD9043MACs in tow.
NS 11A passes the John Deere train 62A at CP-Traff. 11A has a Montana Rail Link SD40-2 in the Freddy position.
The continuing CSX meltdown at Selkirk has resulted in UPS traffic detouring via NS from Berea OH to Croxton NJ. The detouring Q160 heads east under PRR position light signals in Irwin.
An extra 24R (Columbus-Croxton) heads east on #2 track to pass the tie gang TS31 just east of here.
The fog rolls in as we wait on another westbound at Wegley Road.
Approach-lit signals warn of an impending eastbound. 30 sec exposure brings out the Big Dipper at left.
The gibbous (nearly full) moon provides a neat backlight to the signals at Wegley.