The PFSR pulls up to the yard office to get new orders before heading south to gather up a coal train.
In the summer of 2011 B&P operated the north end of the railroad on a daylight schedule. It has since reverted to the usual nocturnal schedule making this photo nearly impossible.
Remembering B&P's SD45's. It was nice while they lasted!
Something old, something new: Butler-Riker turn BTRI's power includes new arrival from the Ohio Central SD40-3 3328. To the right of the photo wearing KCS colors is another new arrival, SD4... (more)
BPRR 302 and 2 GP40's pull into Erie with interchange traffic for the CSX. This job only runs to Erie twice a week to work a trans-load facility and bring traffic to the CSX.
An old Chessie caboose and a Seattle & North Coast boxcar date this photo to the 1980s.
BTNC creeps into Buhls on a beautiful February day.
3331 and 451 lead the BTNC back to Butler with a decent sized train in tow.
BPRR 451 and 3331 sit at VO waiting for the PW-1 to clear up which has just passed before the BTNC can go about doubling up its trains. The last two V20 SD45's are close to seeing the end of their... (more)
The earliest days of the B&P didn't look much different from the CSX days, or for that matter, the Chessie era. I wonder how long this wagontop caboose remained active?
Steam finally returns to the B&O!! BTNC screams through Ellwood City with around 120 cars as the 3302 does it's best impression of a steam engine.