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)
A trio of SD40-2's haul hoppers across the massive Port Perry Bridge.
25Z's power glides off the Port Perry Bridge.
URR 29 and another MP15 sandwich the shortlived URR 61 at the railroad's Classyard.
In the foreground some signs of the major coke train derailment earlier this month can be seen
URR #6 shoves his train into the yard at Duquesne, the busiest yard on the Union.
Small only in track mileage, the Union has a sizeable fleet of steel making related cars that it must keep in shape
As soon as the daily slab train to Irvin gets off the Mon River bridge, the daily empty hopper train to the BLE will cross over it
NS 501 rolls across Grant Ave.
Two bottle cars and a ingot car remain on the site of one of the largest steel mills in the nation. Now this serves as the Duquesne City Center although most of the land isn't used, making for a d... (more)
NS 25K glides across the Port Perry Bridge while the URR is shoving a misc train across their own bridge in the background. Note the vertical NS along the front door? A new variation?
The first GEVO of NS's newest order is leading 511 south towards Shire Oaks.
21Q crosses the Mon River with a NS-WC-CR lash-up.
This 5-unit lashup is actually going away in this photo. The train is shoving it's coke laden cars after making a turn to change directions.