Three clean '45s about to shuttle some coal empties to CSXT for a run down the Mon Sub.
The hardest part about doing night shots of the B&P engine terminal in Butler is waiting for a break in traffic on the Route 68 bridge!
A trio of SD45's lead the Zig-Zag eastbound under I-79 at Harmony. The P&W Subdivision was still owned & operated by CSX at this time with the B&P running into New Castle via trackage rights. The... (more)
Clean enough to eat off of! Notice the reflections in the freshly painted and seemingly polished blacks on 452. The B&P sure does have some ugly units running around, but when you get a good lash ... (more)
The B&P Zig-Zag departs New Castle Yard as the Art Train brings up the rear of CSX Q276 in the background.
Three SD45's depart the CSX yard in New Castle with the northbound Zig-Zag for Butler
Just got done filling up the sand boxes. Thanks to the great railroad staff for allowing the photos.