LVRB is able to assemble a locomotive consist not seen often in 2013. An MP15DC-SW7-MP15DC consist drops a small amount of interchange traffic for NS (2 cars) and CP (3 cars) in the River Yard at... (more)
Lehigh Valley Rail Management SW7s bring out a lengthy cut of stacks for westbound train 25V, who will stop to work the river yard in Bethlehem after dark. The looming former Bethlehem Steel compl... (more)
Almost seems like old times, if you discount the fact that there is now a huge casino occupying much of the former Bethlehem Steel mill in the background. I didn't have time to check out the casin... (more)
As old glory proudly flies in the background, a pair of LVRB SWs bring out 25V's Bethlehem pickup. The highrise building in the background was once offices for Bethlehem Steel. It is now owned by ... (more)
PBNE/LVRB units 19 and 20 have just brought out a string of single and double stacks and are now returning to Iron Hill Yard passing the remnants of the once mighty Bethlehem Steel.
The LVRM conductor is cutting away from his train to get in the clear for the NS crew to tack on 2 C40's and head to Rutherford, PA..
Dropping down past the old Bethlehem Steel plant, PB&NE SW1200's 43-42 bring down 63 roadrailers for interchange with the NS..
The conductor catchs a ride on the front of this SW 1200 while enroute bach to their yard.
Former PB&NE SW1200 90 is looking a little worse for wear behind the LVRM shops in Bethlehem.
A pair of Lehigh Valley Rail Management SW1200s pull a string of cars for interchange with NS at Bethlehem, PA. Canon EOS 20D, Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 EX DG APO HSM Macro
A PBNE SW 1200 sits idle in the late afternoon sun. This is one of many SW 1200's that are utilized by The Lehigh Valley Rail Management.
Former PB&NE SW1200's 39 & 42 pull a roadrailer train to be interchanged to the NS.
PBNE SW1200's 39 and 42 bring a roadrailer train into Bethlehem past the old blast furnaces of Bethlehem Steel to interchange with NS.
One of Lehigh Valley Rail Management's three SW9s idles beneath a trestle holding broad gauge electric cars that served Bethlehem Steel.