ET-6, A former P&LE SW1500 pulls a cut of loaded Ore cars out of the west end Port Perry yard tracks to shove up on top of the blast furnace trestle.
On a beautiful morning in the Mon Valley, URR 3 waits for the daylight remote crew to come on duty for another day of non stop pulling/spotting the dual strand caster at ET with #1 and 3 blast fur... (more)
The second turn 66 crew is doubled up and ready to depart the Coke mill with its daily run to ET and to the CSX. A massive thunderstorm builds to the east behind the power.
50 crew rolls to a stop after taking empties up to North Bessemer, they will get a recrew here at the shops. URR 29 takes a spin on the turntable and will replace one of the four MP's on 50 crew.
24 and train arrives in Ada and will spot 3 cars at Amway and will pull a few outbound's.
24 drops down hill with 8 cars with 4 cars for Amway, and 4 for Lowell.
24 smokes it up as it shoves 7 cars up hill out of the CSX interchange.
Arriving into Lowell, 24 brings in 4 cars for Kings Flour Mill.
The local out of Grafton to Parkersburg rolls out of the siding and onto the main at Rosemont, passing one of the few remaining CPL's on the line at the time.
A pair of Mac's lead E945 out of Wyoming yard and past a loaded N956 awaiting a recrew and also passes the old PM signals that are set to be replaced in the very near future.
4433 leads a short train out of the yard for customers south of town.
D802 is on the rear of N956 waiting to head eastbound out of GR.
Two YN2 engines on D802 shove a loaded western coal out of GR that is bound for Essexville MI.
With heavy snow flying D802 has just cut off the rear of N956 which can be seen behind the last engine and will now return west to Grand Rapids.
MS 73 and Kiamichi 3801 and 3803 sit in the deadline outside of the Henry St. shops with an unknown future.