Cream with Orange and Chocolate
That pretty much describes an ice cream treat or the paint scheme of the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s two F7A’s that provided commuter servi... (more)
It's not common to have two P40DCs lead a train, but it happened on Amtrak's Capitol Limited on October 17. Here, Amtrak 822 and 831 lead train 30 in route to Washington. Amtrak 30 pauses in Pit... (more)
In a cold - frozen day of November 2017, really beautiful view of Pittsburgh downtown and city, the city of bridges, from the Duquesne Incline, as a CSX train heads west along the nascent and gre... (more)
In former Pittsburgh Chartiers & Youghiogheny Railway shops, EMD SW1500 owned of Pittsburgh & Ohio Central Railroad, waiting for next service in McKees Rocks yard, near Neville Island in the metro... (more)
This AVR train passes between shots as the movie "Last Flag Flying" was being filmed at the Pittsburgh Amtrak station.
I had just finished working on the set of the movie "Last Flag Flying" and was heading home. I went up to the head end to snap a photo of my train in the fog under this old train shed.
Coal loads traverse the Mon Line in downtown Pittsburgh amid a backdrop of one of Pittsburgh's many churches.
Empties roll along Conrail's Mon Line on Pittsburgh's "South Side."
An eastbound CSX auto-rack train approaches Station Square with Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle providing a backdrop.
Downtown Pittsburgh forms the backdrop as westbound trailers roll by on Pittsburgh's Southside.
Awaiting its next departure from Pittsburgh, as a PATransit PCC passes overhead on the Smithfield Street bridge
21Q is seen passing over the OC Bridge in Pittsburgh, PA being led by the Wabash Unit.
A CSX local, sporting a GP40 still in B&O paint, passes through West Park on NS rails on Pittsburgh's Northside. The crew is presumably returning from NS's Island Avenue Yard.
A Conrail Van train highballs through Conway Yard.
Didn't quite get there in time - the world famous West Park shot was almost right in front of me but I didn't have time to get to the right side of the tracks. Heck, the dark-side shot actually en... (more)