The Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER rolls south through the swamps of PA State Game Lands Number 109 as it comes into Waterford, Pennsylvania with a trio of GP's hauling nine stone empties over the jo... (more)
A trio of GP's lead the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER as it departs Erie, Pennsylvania and swings around the bend at Henderson Road with a train of stone empties in tow.
Heavy summer weed growth has taken over the tracks just beyond the end of B&P trackage ownership in Erie, Pennsylvania. The return leg of WAER is departing OD Yard after dropping off cars for int... (more)
The Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER rolls south past the swamps of PA State Game Lands Number 109 as it comes into Waterford, Pennsylvania with a trio of GP's hauling nine stone empties.
A summer thunderstorm lets loose with heavy rains in Irvine, Pennsylvania as the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER crosses over Brokenstraw Creek, returning towards Warren with a trio of GP's pulling st... (more)
The Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER job makes its run back to Warren from Erie with a train of stone empties on a Saturday afternoon. As the tracks approach Garland, Pennsylvania, they wind through th... (more)
The skies have opened over Corry, Pennsylvania as heavy rains pour from a summer afternoon thunderstorm while the Buffalo & Pittsburgh's WAER job returns from Erie. The train has just crossed the ... (more)
An extra Buffalo & Pittsburgh WAER is arriving at OD Yard in Erie, Pennsylvania with a ballast train. MOW crews spent the morning dumping ballast along various sections of the line between Warren ... (more)
"If there is a road in your shot, there will be a car on it." Sage advice given to me by my dearly departed friend Gary Larimer in my formative years of becoming a serious photographer.... (more)
Not much action on a Sunday for my first visit to B&P's Butler Yard but a variety of neat subjects to look at. I enjoyed all the color, especially for a guy who is use to black and white engines w... (more)
BT-3 wanders across the old B&O trestle in Chicora on the way back to Butler with six cars.