A matched set of four Pittsburg & Shawmut SW9’s bring some empties to drop at the loader at McWilliams, Pennsylvania.
Pittsburg & Shawmut’s Brookville Turn departs Markle, Pennsylvania with a train of 50-ton twin hoppers. By this time, these cars were limited to intra-line service.
With its work complete, Pittsburg & Shawmut’s Brookville Turn departs Markle, Pennsylvania.
Pittsburg & Shawmut’s Brookville Turn is making a setout/pickup at Markle, Pennsylvania.
Pittsburg & Shawmut power switches at Markle, Pennsylvania.
Four Pittsburg & Shawmut SW9’s bring a long train of empties to the loader at Dora, Pennsylvania. The 50-ton hoppers in this train were outlawed from interchange, either due to age, friction-beari... (more)
Pittsburg & Shawmut’s Mahoning yard, located along the Mahoning Creek a few miles geographically east of Reesedale, Pennsylvania, was largely inaccessible. Here a pair of the road’s SW9’s work a l... (more)
With ten loads in tow, Pittsburg & Shawmut’s Brookville turn heads back to Brookville at Markle, Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville turn kicks up snow that blows across the cemetery in Timblin, Pennsylvania. Today it would be appropriate for a headstone to be on the roadbed.
Amid the October foliage, the Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville turn passes through the cut at Ringgold, Pennsylvania.
After bringing up the rear on trains of anthracite, this ex-Lehigh Valley caboose ended up working in the bituminous coal fields of western Pennsylvania. This is the rear of the more)
The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville turn rumbles through Timblin, Pennsylvania. The one-time depot is almost completely hidden by the tree.
The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville passes the one-time depot at Timblin, Pennsylvania. A look at Google maps reveals that nothing related to the railroad, including the station, is left today.
The Pittsburg & Shawmut Brookville turn has finished switching at Ringgold, Pennsylvania, and is continuing toward Mahoning with a train of loads from the mina at Dora, which can be seen above the... (more)
BVL-1 crosses the Brookville Viaduct as it approaches Brookville.