902 South runs past the wye to the former Hilliards Branch. The wye still remains, but the branch was removed a few years ago, and the branch's only customer, J.S. McCormick Co., transloads I be... (more)
If I could go back in time, standing in this same spot would yield many photo opportunities as the Bessemer still uses their High Line (featured) to by-pass Greenville, and their Low Line, which i... (more)
Knee high by the 4th of July? Yep, I'd say so. 902 heads south on the High Line for Kremis for a NASCAR speedy crew change before continuing on to North Bessemer.
BLE 902 in command of a 97 car south bound ore train enroute to KO for a recrew.
A very rare shot of B&LE and the URR aligned face to face on the same track in North Bessemer.
A trio of B&LE Tunnelmotors pauses after cutting away from the CN ore train for the URR.
The CN ore train eases towards the URR interchnage at North Bessemer, PA.
The elevation of this shot is thanks to the derailment of a B&LE ore car spilling. Here we see Bessemer pulling north to connect to a train of empties.
Dashing through the snow.......
902, 910, and 901 pulls pass a green signal at the XB Interlocking as they pull a heavy ore train into North Bessemer.
B&LE 902 seen with 2 other tunnel motors behind pulling into North Bessemer with loaded ore.
A trio of tunnel motors pull into North Bessemer seen from the slag hill which was once a twin viaduct many years before.
A trio of SD40T-3's take a break at the south end of North Bessemer after a long journey down from Greenville. Thanks to Robert A. Shook for editing.