In the past, the south end of J&L's Aliquippa plant was visible between the tracks and the river. Now, virtually all of the mill has been demolished and a line of trees block the view from the Am... (more)
Q216 east through West Newton.
Q216 gets back underway after a meet at Pittsburgh with Q353. Leading the way is MPEX #5000, a one of a kind SD50M-3.
216 had a nice surprise on the point, the unique MPEX SD50M-3 rebuild.
The yellow nose of the 8063 is a nice complement to the graceful span of the Fort Pitt Bridge.
Q216 emerges from the Chartiers Creek Bridge with two C40-8Ws leading the way.
A primer CSXT GEVO heads up Q216.
216 rumbles through the Southside with his usual long consist of autoracks in tow.
At left is the busy, single track main of the Pittsburgh Sub. On the right is the sparsely used double track of the P&W Sub/Glenwood Running Track. The two lines converge just east of here.
A rolling meet occurs as 216 passes 640 just east of the old P&LE yard office. 216's lead engine #7650 was the class unit for CSX's C40-8Ws. Also visible is local D749, patiently waiting for six... (more)
The West End Bridge offers a fine view of the CSX main along the west bank of the Ohio River. Looking downstream, an NS doublestack train can be seen on the OC Bridge.
Elephant style SD50s lead 216 across the murky waters of the Yough.