URR 17 heads light about to cross over NS's Port Perry Branch.
Shadows hide the creeping empty Union RR train clinging to the mountainside, as the Turtle Creek valley still basks in the spring sunshine.
The Caboose Hat Trick! All URR trains still operate with cabooses. The rear of a loaded coke train backs over the Port Perry Bridge while across the Monongahela River, a light power move switche... (more)
Union plated over the side cab window on this unit but left the rear windows for some strange reason. Her she's getting ready to go to work early on a summer morning. I really like the extra wal... (more)
We you get a chance to sit down & get out of the wind and snow and get warm around a caboose stove you develop a grudging affection for them. This one is the height of simplicity but I'd bet they... (more)
It's early morning and the railroad is going to work. Apparently someone decided they didn't need the cab on the front unit so the just plated it over. Love those old cars.
One man's noise is another man's music. That definitely applies to rap and water buffalos. A water buffalo in Run 8 is pure music and rap ain't. Still in green, this mixed up monster is conduct... (more)
Five MP15's shove a coke train through J Tower. Across the river are two URR cabooses and a US Steel SW1500.
A coke train from Clairton backs across the Port Perry Bridge.
Southbound empties picked up from the B&LE in North Bessemer with "water buffalos" in the lead.
Nice shops and an very late version of this 1000 HP classic.
The safety yellow end on MP15DC #21 cannot be missed as it and 3 brethren lug a huge ore train south from North Bessemer.
Four clean MP15's lead a southbound slab train out of Dravosburg Tunnel.
Union Railroad MP15DC 33 is the first engine to be painted in the new red and yellow scheme. The engine is seen at the engine facility in Monroeville, PA, on September 26, 2009.