NS 1073 through Harmarville, PA. On the 28th of June, 2014 the Penn Central leads a 64W East on the Conemaugh Line, with the train symbol matching the marker on the signal.
NS 3036 leads a newer train on the Conemaugh line, a 60M (Brackenridge, Pa - Midland, Oh) through Harmarville, passing a billboard for other precious metals.
2 tunnel motors and a widecab CN unit lead loaded B&P buckets across the massive River Bridge in Harmarville, Pa.
Heading back to Conneaut, OH. today with no cars behind.
Three Tunnelmotors cross the Allegheny River Bridge after taking a train to the URR in North Bessemer.
SHOULD HAVE TAKEN OUT THE TRASH! While heading out to shoot the PC Heritage unit on 65J, we got a tip that the B&LE was at North Bessemer. We gave up on the PC and decided to shoot the B&LE cros... (more)
After delivering 76 loads of ore to the Union RR at North Bessemer, three B&LE Tunnelmotors shove a CN Boxcars over the Allegheny River Bridge for the Industrial Track.
After bringing loads to north Bessemer the BLE heads north with a load of scrap and 100 plus empties for Greenville as they cross the Allegheny river bridge just before the sun completely set in t... (more)
It's funny in retrospect how wild everybody was going back in Summer 2009 over the reappearance of the BLE SD38s. Many people believed it was the last time we would ever see the engines again. Two... (more)
B&LE loaded ore train is minute compared to the overall picture!
Plenty of boaters out on the Allegheny enjoying this beautiful day as I enjoy the Bessemer.
A few miles north of the Allegheny river bridge BLE 910 south throttles up with a load of ore in tow for the Union Railroad.
Late in the evening, BLE 908, 901, and 904 pull a string of 105 empties across the bridge in Harmarville, PA, while bein bathed in sweet evening light.
The CN may be in control, but the engines and the bridge still say B&LE. A Tunnelmotor and two SD38's lead a southbound ore train over the Allegheny River on a summer evening.