After working at GalvTech and returning to Glenwood, AVR 3 gets on his way to Washington. At left is the rebuilt spur to GalvTech and at right an abandoned bridge, unused since the second main tr... (more)
The steep climb to Whitehall tunnel has AVR 3 smoking a bit, despite there being only five cars in the train.
Two former West Virginia Northern engines are along for the ride on AVR 3. The old WVN switchers went to Eighty Four, where they were set out.
AVR's train to Island Ave. meets an outbound PAT bus just west of CP Bloom.
Naturally, the best foliage on the W&P was found here at Eighty Four, after the sun had disappeared.
AVR 3's crew is kept busy at Gambles, two active shippers are located here.
This station once belonged to the B&O and looks like it hasn't had any maintenance since the B&O days.
With nine cars in tow, AVR 3 heads south on the W&P. The west portal of Whitehall Tunnel is just east of here, but it's almost certainly treed in.
Amid colorful fall foliage, 2678 works upgrade in the Streets Run Valley.
AVR 3 returns to Glenwood with a few coil cars from GalvTech. The train is on the W&P main, the track at left is the spur to GalvTech which was abandoned but rebuilt by the AVR.
The sign at left points to GalvTech, a steel plant served by the AVR and CSX.
LTEX 2678 sits in Glenwood Yard covered in oil with a blown traction motor.
LTEX 2678 operated by the Allegheny Valley Railroad.
5 AVR units idle @ Glenwood waiting the next assignment.
The AVR job from Island Ave. returns with a lengthy train of interchange cars.