Third unit in consist is a MTA painted Brookville Equipment BL14CG, which will be handed off to the CSXT in New Castle.
A BPRR freight crosses over the WNY&P mainline as it climbs out of the Allegheny River valley. Shortly after cresting the grade, the 451 blew a crankshaft. To see a NS train below, click more)
The daily BPRR freight splits a pair of decommisioned signals which leave little doubt as to the heritage of this line. The B&P 451 is dead due to a blown crankshaft just north of town... to quot... (more)
Train GW1 departs the American Rock Salt Mine with 71 loads of road salt. American Rock Salt is the newest and largest producing mine in the U.S., extracting 10,000 to 18,000 tons of salt per day... (more)
BPRR 922 leads BTNC back towards Butler as they creep towards Eidenau Junction.
BTNC slows to a walking pace as it receives permission to enter the Butler Sub
922 will be celebrating its 60th birthday this year, but chances are this funky wooden bridge still has a few years on the GP18.
BPRR 922 leads a rather short BTNC through the rather barren countryside on its way back to Butler, PA.
BPRR 922 rounds a curve near Zelienople, PA on its way back to Butler, PA on a nice Easter morning.
The Butler Switcher moves a cut of AK Steel cars through the yard at Butler. Seeing a clean GP9 on the point in 2009 is certainly a treat!
The BT-3 returns TT east to Butler to call it a day over a fill which was once Divner Bridge. Divner Bridge is believed to have been burnt in 2005 by striking refinery workers, trapping the BT-3 u... (more)