My high school’s football stadium was carved into the side of a mountain, and from the home stands, there was a great panorama of a large portion of the Lehigh Valley. I often thought that there... (more)
Bud, who had a spacious cottage at 625 Middle Street in West Brownsville, Pennsylvania, had what railfans would consider to be the perfect location. Situated adjacent to ... (more)
Three Monongahela Super 7’s bring a train of empties south through Clarksville, Pennsylvania. The train is passing under the Clarksville Road overpass.
The loader at Fredericktown has been idle for years, possibly since Baldwin switchers and sharks pulled the hoppers that serviced this mine. The Monongahela's newest power approaches with empties ... (more)
If there was a railroad-oriented historical marker in West Brownsville, it would celebrate the countless millions of tons of coal that have travelled over Main Street. Here three Super 7's begin t... (more)
Conrail 6139 leads southbound empties through the large cut at EVE a short west (railroad south) of Waynesburg.
MGA 2305 leads an empty train headed by five Super 7s southbound on the Manor Branch (M8.1) a few miles northwest (railroad south) of Sycamore. The empty train is destined for loading at the massi... (more)
Two of the MGA's sharp "Super 7s" lead an empty man through Clarksville, destined for Emerald Mine.
MGA Super-7 2305 leads coal loads from Federal #2 Mine at Brave, PA on the Waynesburg Southern Branch on August 12, 1990.
A trio of MGAs sharp looking Super-7s are parked at Jefferson, PA as a mountain of coal looms in the background.
A pair of Super Sevens are bound for Emerald Mine with a train of empties.
A bit of morning mist persists
Mixed MGA/P&LE motive power