8 a.m. westward run between main sawmill in Shelton and "Mill 5"s dry sort yard. Note that the cars do not appear to be interchange compatible.
Good look at the more modern section of the trestle between Kelso and Longview, WA.
On home rails, soaring above the BNSF main and en route to Longview.
Shoving back along the BNSF main, heading for the trestle and home rails above.
Sitting along the BNSF main.
After dropping his train at KY Junction in Kremis, PA, the Conneaut Turn power heads north over the Amasa Viaduct for KO where he will reverse and take the Low Line in to Greenville and tie up.
Late evening light bathes the northbound Conneaut Turn.
Coming off the Low Line, the day's second Conneaut Turn is at KO Junction. High line (Greenville bypass) is to the right, route to the harbors to the left.
A red letter day! B&LE runs its second Conneaut Turn of the day, this one with 138 coal loads off CSX destined for Ontario Hydro after a trip by lake freighter from Conneaut.
After passing between two sets of Main Street buildings (right side of frame), light power passes the old station.
Rolling away from the camera, across the main drag in Greenville and headed for the yard.
Rolling across PA 18, Main Street in Greenville, ducking between pairs of buildings on each side of the street.
Light power runs between two bank buildings...the one with the fire escape on the left is the B&LE's former HQ building...in downtown Greenville. It's a tight squeeze...and *really* loud when the... (more)
One of the most classic B&LE photo angles...the 1,724-foot-long Amasa Viaduct