Never mind the drizzle, the overcast, the chill autumn air. There's an ore train on the move, and if I can't have Milwaukee's orange and black, I'll take those colors on the Bessemer!
On a cold crisp November night these units sit under the sanding tower waiting for there next orders. (Photo taken with permission)
BLE 905 "sucks it in" as she squeezes through the tight confines of the "Low Line" across Main St. Greenville. 905 making a light move north to KO to pick up about 120 hoppers to go north to P&C ... (more)
Northbound heads through the center of the town of Greenville,PA.
One side of the locomotive is lettered for the DM&IR and the other for the Union RR, luckily the DM&IR side was the one that was lit. The tracks in the distance is NS's line through Greenville.
A set of B&LE power awaits its crew, as one lonely covered hopper sits nearby.
A set of "new" Bessemer SD40T-3's sit at the servicing facility shortly after their arrival on the property
906 and 902 head south through Greenville with loaded ore cars.
URR 304 Rests in Greenville Railroad Museum.
905 rolls between the buildings in downtown Greenville.