UN Tower once protected the junction of the B&O and P&LE at the other side of town. Today it is getting a trim touch up, but I think the painter's car could use the work more than the nicely resto... (more)
This is one of the those shots that you've known how to get for years; you gotta wake up early, drag yourself out to the spot and accept the fact there is a 50/50 chance you won't see anything. Wi... (more)
WE 345 is seen here passing over the now dormant NS Ellsworth Secondary. Even when the coal feeder branch was operational last year, you probably had a better chance of getting hit by lighting tha... (more)
The P&WV company news letter was named the 'Hi-Line' and for obvious reasons. By the time the Connellsville Extension had gotten under way, other railroads already coated the area's river valleys.... (more)
Happy Birthday to me. With half the day gone and my scanner missing in action, I took a gamble that "The Snake"- the Mountain Sub's only manifest train - was still leaving Cumberland in the early ... (more)
Empty coal train returning from the east use the Port Perry Branch multiple times everyday. Despite this, I can only remember seeing it happen one other time during my four years in Pittsburgh.
Most of the remaining BLE SD38 fleet is seen here bringing another empty train back to P&C dock. The BLE is a year round operations check out photo 224658 to see this location in winter.
Flo's Candy Shop, Greenville Shoe Hospital, BLE 867, Curves Fitness..... something is out of place among downtown Greenville's storefronts.
Spring has sprung on the BLE and it offers a nice contrast to the Bessemer's bright orange SD38s.
A dream come true in Bessemer land. For the past week or so, most of the remaining BLE SD38 fleet has been combining forces to power mainline ore trains. Replaced as the road power of choice a dec... (more)