An uncommon sight these days, a quartet of EMD SWs working together on a non-industrial railroad. Sights like this aren't common much elsewhere.
An ex-Conrail GP38, still wearing its blue paint, is on the point of the B&P's SARE local as it idles by the Salamanca Depot awaiting a crew. Locomotives:BPRR 7822 GP38BPRR 926 GP1... (more)
The B&P's Salamanca to Buffalo freight waits for an outbound crew near the depot in Salamanca, NY. An IC SD70 from the Bessemer & Lake Erie is in the rear on the consist and is enroute to Buffalo ... (more)
A late running WAER departs Erie and crosses Koehler Road with 3 locomotives and seven empty stone cars. Locomotives:BPRR 3021 GP40-2BPRR 2031 GP38-2BPRR 7822 GP38
BPRR 452 and 3 other units lead the SIRI south through the tree gap coming up to State Line and crossing into Pennsylvania.
A trio of SD40-3s decouple from their train after bringing the first half to the top of the hill at the Mt Jewett siding. The train stalled on the grade prior to this location, so they decided to ... (more)
A pair of B&P Switchers drill some cars into the South Buffalo yard.
An extra RISI is making its way north through Portland Mills PA beside the Clarion River.
A single GP38 heads south through Ashford returning from Arcade with about 10 cars.
A pair of EMD SW1500s pull a large transfer from the South Buffalo Yard to B&P's Tifft Yard, including some coal up front.
The Buffalo & Pittsburgh's local to Erie is tied down in their transload yard along the Bayfront Connector waiting for a new crew. Ex-Conrail 7822 is in the lead, still wearing the signature blue.... (more)
The west end P&W Sub's local creeps into Edineau Junction alongside the Connoquenessing Creek on an early spring morning.
B&P coal empties cross a rain swollen Connoquenessing Creek over a high bridge on the west end of Ellwood City, PA.
A Buffalo and Pittsburgh SW1500 waits on the Buffalo Creek Yard lead while a yard job has pulled a cut of cars down past the switch under the bridge. Locomotives:BPRR 1511 SW1500
Buffalo and Pittsburgh local JB-1 made its way up to Saint Marys to serve the only online customer Dubrook which receives stone.