Is on the ten mile branch.
2304,2307 are former Western Pacific 2253,2262 then went to Conrail as 2034,2037 then to Norfolk Southern as 4095,4097. They are sitting on the Manor Branch.
MGA extra 2310 north is travelling up Main Street in West Brownsville. Every train going to or coming from the Monongahela's West Division had to negotiate about 1/2 mile of 10 MPH street running ... (more)
MGA extra 2310 north brings another loaded coal train into West Brownsville. Just ahead is street running before entering the yard.
This is not two trains passing on the Monongahela. Instead, this a train that is being flood loaded at Consolidated Coal Company's Blacksville #2 mine. The power is passing its own caboose as the ... (more)
There are three things moving here at once. Conrail caboose 24531is heading north on the MGA, Monongahela GP38 2000 is passing south bound, all while a river tow is pushing its empties on the Mono... (more)
Running on street trackage, Monongahela caboose #68 brings up the rear at West Brownsville, PA. 6-15-1990
It's Easter Sunday, and the Monongahela is shut down for the holiday. As a train lays over in Brownsville, the competition in the river is still hard at work.
A fresh crew has picked up a train dropped at South Brownsville the night before, and is delivering it to the yard at West Brownsville.
Two new (to the Monongahela) cabooses stand in front of the Brownsville roundhouse, waiting for an assignment. Until the arrival of these two, Monongahela cabooses were painted green, with one bic... (more)
A set of Monongahela Railway B23-Super7s - 2302 and 2310 - shove on the rear of a Delaware-bound Conrail coal train with the Monongahela caboose tucked in ahead of the helpers. The train has load... (more)
A weed sprayer train on the P&LE, shoved by an EMD switcher, pauses to check its equipment as three Monongahela Baldwin 1200 h.p. S-12’s 404, 408, 412 pass at Brownsville, Pa. April 14, 1961.
Cab MGA 903 punctuates the rear of MGA-CR 6568 North east of Waynesburg. Cabooses were typically used only on trains that required reverse moves due to "layer loading", the unique practi... (more)
After loading at Emerald Mine in Waynesburg, MGA 2309 North pulls out of the north end of Emerald Siding onto the main line as it begins its return trip to Brownsville.
MGA 2301 North leads loaded Somerset Railroad hoppers towards the crest of the MGA's Manor Branch at M11.