The photographer rode this train from Pittsburgh, and due to station dwell time was able to get up front and record this scene. PRR's second order of E8's from EMD came in Tuscan Red, #5701 was t... (more)
It's train time at Steubenville! While locals watch express and baggage being unloaded at it's stop along the Panhandle, a photo is captured of 1953 life in America. For the rivet counters, this... (more)
With a defunct blast furnace on the Ohio side and a very active coke mill on the West Virginia side. This is very much a steel valley.
2 rebuilt Geeps lead the C30 with the morning fog not quite burned off yet. (Notice in top right of photo is Old Fort Steuben originally built in 1786 on that exact spot) Canon EOS 350D Tamron 17-... (more)
The Dennison special passes underneath the ex-PRR Panhandle bridge as it enters Steubenville.
18.75% of all the Alco C430s ever produced work a northbound coal train past the boarded up Pennsy passenger depot at Steubenville, OH in August, 1974. Kodachrome 64, Yashica TL.