This railroad rosters a very interesting variety of power.
Q217 passes downtown Pittsburgh on Labor Day.
An H2 GEVO makes a fuel stop at Collinwood Yard.
These levers served the B&O and CSX for nearly a century before they were officially retired on September 17, 2007. HO Tower was to be removed from the CSX timetable at 0959 and by 1030 it was com... (more)
This signal bridge was removed shortly before 13:00 on September 17, 2007. A few hours before the signals, HO Tower was removed from service as the remaining switches it controlled were remotely h... (more)
This unit has since been repainted into Dark Future and renumbered CSXT 4600.
The "Spirit of West Virginia" puts Andrew Carnegie's first major steel mill into perspective. The Edgar Thomson Works was opened in 1875 and was named after the President of the Pennsylvania Railr... (more)
The morning of 07.07.07 was a great opportunity to watch mountain railroading at its finest. An eastbound train broke the morning silence just a few minutes after the sun ascended into the sky. Th... (more)
The location of the OC Bridge allows this angle to be one of the best late evening shots in Pittsburgh.
A toasted GE sits next to two long hoods on a flatcar.
A heavy storm passes over NS 100 while it switches cars behind the Buncher Industrial Park. This complex network of trackage which is buried in weeds includes two diamonds and can fit an entire co... (more)
A trio of MACs snake a train of new hoppers above W Carson Street with Pittsburgh's south side in the background.
Q217 snakes its way along the busy confluence of the Monongahela and Ohio Rivers.