The scrap train comes down off the Mon River bridge and into USS ET. In the background, an empty URR hopper train and a NS Mon line coal train pass by. Also, in the foreground the Mon River locks ... (more)
ET monopolizes most of the URR's time. 30 years ago US Steel alone had four intergraded mills within two miles, of which ET was 2nd smallest! Today, ET is the only intergraded mill in the area.
NS M1A rolls west with 4 freshly painted units in it's consist. 2 Gevo's, 1 SD38-2 rebuild and a slug.
A primer CSXT GEVO heads up Q216.
A pair of SD80MAC's haul a loaded coal drag unit the old WAS signals at Port Perry. Note the newer signals are in place but not cut into service.
UP powered Molten Sulfur train, K839, rolls thru Braddock in sweet morning light.
A pair of factory fresh CSXT GEVO's head up Q641.
URR #7 idle awaiting her next assignment.
A very nice pair on Q353 stopped at Port Perry awaiting Eastbound traffic.
4 Union MP15's and a caboose glide down a steep bridge to the US Steel plant to pick up a hot slab train.
4 Union MP15's work hard to shove a steel slab train upgrade.
Too bad the Susquehanna unit wasn't head out!
Coal loads round the bend in Braddock, a heavily industrialized town along the Monongahela River.
Westbound 249 negotiates the sharp curves at Port Perry.
A very colorful Q383 heads thru Braddock with 3 BNSF's and 1 NREX.