Fog rises out of US Steel's Edgar Tompson plant as three Union Railroad MP15's shove a caboose into the mill.
High Green. One of Union's two green machines pulls a cut of gons out onto the bridge over Perry on NS's Mon Line as eastbound stacker 20R swings onto the Port Perry branch on its wa... (more)
URR Caboose Hop.
A fleet of EMD end-cab switchers, the lack of locomotive ditch lights and manned cabooses make the Union Railroad a bit of an anachronism in 21st century railroading. No... (more)
URR 17 heads light about to cross over NS's Port Perry Branch.
NORTH BESSEMER NEIGHBORS - URR and B&LE power sits outside the Union's Hall Shops.
Its uncommon to find trackage this complex anywhere nowadays, let alone on an all switcher shortline! The Coke train is always wyed at J Interlocking to allow the units to push into USS Edgar Thom... (more)
Just about every paint scheme on the Union is represented on today's Coke train, even a new "Accidents Just Don't Happen" decal on 17.
Union Railroad 17-31-20 have just backed their train out of the USS Edgar Thompson Works to the mainline and are now headed to the USS Irvin Works with a load of slabs.
One of a kind URR 17 wyes a scrape metal train via the complex J Interlocking and Mon River bridge. The URR's reason for existing, the USX ET Works, dominates the landscape across the river.
Pittsburgh at it best: One of a kind URR 17 leads over CSX Q353 & Q226 on the north bank and NS 570 (not pictured) on the south bank. With in five mins, NS 510 and two URR drags would pass this lo... (more)
5 URR MP15DC's glide along the CSXT mainline on their way to gather up a scrap train.
URR #17 freshly painted in the New URR corporate paint scheme.