What looks like helpers on an eastbound is actually an empty westbound PPLX train getting a crew change for the trip over the Mon Line back to Shire Oaks.
Blue & White. As God intended, two MACs lead a westbound along the ex PRR Broad Way. A big thanks to Eric, Tony, Dan, and Freddy for the heads-ups.
Helpers shove manifest 10N over the crest of the West Slope.
One of eight SW1500s on the Union RR roster works the yard at the southeast end of the ET Works.
The Loram rail grinder is tied down on the siding at Lucas on CSX's ex-P&LE Pittsburgh Sub.
An extra section of autorack 18N heads south on the Mon Line.
Eastbound 10N crosses the Monongahela as the Union Railroad sends coal loads south to Clairton.
20Q crosses the Monongahela River eastward on the Port Perry Branch, and is about to enter the Port Perry Tunnel.
Loaded coal running east on the Pittsburgh Line due to trackwork on the Conemaugh.
Four EMD switchers lug manifest freight north to North Bessemer Yard.
21G rounds the curve at CP-16 with the Mon River and the Port Perry bridge in the background.
Light power turns on the wye at J interlocking.
After waiting on 20G and 36A, 20T starts back east. The URR's abandoned hot-metal bridge to Carrie Furnace is visible at right.
Empty coal destined for the Mon Sub passes by the US Steel Edgar Thomson works.
A nice BNSF lashup passes through the interlocking at Braddock, where the original B&O main diverges from the P&LE.