It is as cold as it looks, temperature near 10 degrees as C90 pulls ahead slowly preparing to back into the mine for loading.
With a Gevo & 70ace on the head end and 3 macs on the tail end C90 brings in 100 empties to load at the mine.
80MAc helpers take a ride down the hill into SLOPE on this C90.
Three Mac's shove hard on the tail end of C90 making its way out of the Sonman load out with a 100 loads of black diamonds.
How many exhaust streams are in this photo? Correct answer is 7, here C90 waits for Pittsburgh east to give them permission to head down to tack on the two GE's onto a loaded coal train sitting ju... (more)
A NS 591 came down to South Fork and was instructed to stop west of CP-SO and local C90 will couple into them and drag them back into South Fork Yard. Here is C90 dragging 591's train through the ... (more)
MACs up the hill.
7210 is working hard, as the lone helper on C90. Two more 80MACs are up front, leading the coal train upgrade on the West Slope.
NS C90 drifts downgrade through Lilly.
C tower is empty these days, however the Pittsburgh Line in front of it is anything but. Here a local out of South Fork has finished its pick up of covered hoppers for the salt plant in Cresson an... (more)
A newly rebuilt SD40-E unit brings up the rear of the NS-RJCP local at Cresson, with the unit at the opposing end being of the same species. These cars were ultimately headed towards Park Yard on ... (more)
The old Panhandle Bridge carrying C90 blends in much more with the steel belt surroundings than the highly stylized Veterans Memorial Bridge adjacent to it.
3 80 Mac's ease coal train C90 from South Fork downgrade and around world famous Horseshoe Curve on a chilly fall morning.
Fall colors embrace Horseshoe Curve as a pair of SD40-2's help ease coal train C90 downgrade and around the curve.
Three 80 Mac's have brought coal train C90 from South Fork as they now ease around horseshoe curve 4 miles west of Altoona.