AVR 3 passes the long abandoned former Baltimore & Ohio Finleyville station on their afternoon return to Glenwood Yard.
Returning to the main after shoving a cut of cars into the FTS International siding.
Spotting cars on the International Paper siding.
Van train heads east to Harrisburg after picking up marine containers at the Pitcairn Intermodal Terminal.
Continuing west through Eighty Four, the next stop for AVR 3 will be the Washington Penn Plastic Company about a mile up the line.
After working Kenny Yard, a rebuilt SD60E leads a Shire Oaks-Conway local freight slowly north on the 10 MPH Hall Running Track.
A four-unit set - including a road slug - switches the International Paper plant.
A cut of covered hoppers is switched into the FTS International siding.
Work train drifts through Homestead destined for the west end of J&L Tunnel in Pittsburgh to drop ties.
With their switching completed at International Paper and FTS International, the conductor walks back to the head end and AVR 3 will continue west to Washington, PA.
Local freight crosses 4 to 3 at CP LEETS enroute to Island Avenue Yard with interchange traffic for the Allegheny Valley Railroad.
Mixed manifest/autorack train climbs the eastbound grade of the Pittsburgh Line.
After working Lansdale, an afternoon local heads north to Doylestown.
An AVR road slug leads two GP40-3's west over former Baltimore & Ohio trackage through the village of Hackett.
Fall foliage excursion arrives in Lahaska with evidence of recent track work along the right-of-way.