A quartet of MP15's reverse to the switch so they can pull south and couple to the cab and shove out.
URR brakemen stretches after flipping a switch so that a quartet of switchers can head back south.
URR #17 freshly painted in the New URR corporate paint scheme.
A quartet of former B&LE SD38-2's, now URR, haul an empty train to Clariton. These big road units only lasted a few months on the URR!
The URR switchers pull a heavy steel slab train through J Interlocking while Q353 heads west on CSX.
The only green engine on the roster, URR #17 leads the afternoon slab train from the Edgar Thomson plant.
After ducking underneath Bettis Road, #17 will enter a long tunnel and emerge in Dravosburg. From there it's a short trip to the Irvin Works where these slabs will be turned into steel coils.
A rare photo of the URR 61 during it's brief apperance on the URR.
URR#1 outside the URR shops waiting her turn in the shed.
URR #7 idle awaiting her next assignment.
sunset shot, loaded and moving to USS ET works
4 MP15DC's shoving URR C-100 into a string of empty hoppers.
URR 20 and crew seen pulling north to shove the caboose into a string of empty hoppers to take to Duquense Wharf.
A quartet of MP15DC's have just coupled the caboose to a string of empties and now head to the south end to connect up to the string and head south.
Awaiting the engineers flip of the switch to pull forward to couple to the caboose.