In one of the rarest moves I have ever seen on this railroad, a stray SD38AC bask in the sun while waiting for a crew to take it south.
Many railfans braved the cold to watch this train. With one B&LE tunnelmotor sitting at the shops retired who knows how much longer these ones will last.
On a cold crisp November night these units sit under the sanding tower waiting for there next orders. (Photo taken with permission)
904 South heads toward Butler with a whopping 3 cars. This is where the Western Allegheny and PRR use to meet with the Bessemer.
Tank cars wade in the water of the Beaver River almost 20 hours after 24 cars of ethanol de-railed on this mainline bridge.
Almost 20 hours after this major De-railment on NS's main line and cleanup still cannot start as cars filled with Ethanol burn off.
P&OC GP9R a former CN unit pulls out of a building at the end of there line outside of Washington, PA.
B&LE 907 South heads for North Bessemer, PA with its loads of taconite.
A southbound holds the siding as this northbound rolls on by.
A set of B&LE power awaits its crew, as one lonely covered hopper sits nearby.
A sad site as this is the graveyard for many locomotives that have traveled millions of miles across this country.
To NS this is just another Eastbound Coal Train, but with that orange BNSF locomotive in between the NS units, railfans call this a pumpkin sandwich.
As the sign says........ NS is the thoroughbred of safety.
LAL #424 and sister WNYP #432 sit just before the Rt. 322 overpass on this Beautiful but cold February day in Meadville Pennsylvania.