New Formula Coke: One of two Dash 8.5s roaming the system, NS 8507 leads empty coke train 413 just knocked down the signal at 10.8 en route to Shire Oaks.
Kennedy Curve: Was the station name of this location until resignaling of this territory a couple years back. From 200 feet above ground the footprint of the former P&LE main and a small ya... (more)
Looking like a scene from late 70s/early 80s Pittsburgh, a freshly painted Chessie GE meets a P&LE U-Boat. From Lake Shore Railway Museum's "Night at the Museum" 2017.
After working the morning on the east end of the P&W Sub with the Allegheny Valley, an FRA inspection train crosses the Connequessing Creek outside of Evans City on the B&P's Main Line Sub.
Back in the B&O/Chessie/CSX days of the P&W this sweeping curve in the farmlands of Fombell, PA was known as "Goehring Curve". Butler-New Castle BTNC leans into the curve turning into th... (more)
Three bright B&P orange motors pop out in the late fall color at this classic location as coal from Consol's Bailey Mine starts it's journey to the Homer City Generating Station.
Late season color in full effect in Pittsburgh's West Park.
Return of The MAC: A combo of MACs, a SD80MAC leading a former Indiana Railroad SD90MAC pulls a northbound coal drag out of Consol Energy's Bailey Mine.
Three Canadian rebuilt SD40s are right at home pull coal loads across the icy Allegheny River on a blustery February afternoon.
Summertime seems far away as a pair of classic EMDs help shove coal loads destined for Homer City over the icy Allegheny River on a chilly late afternoon.
Rescue Me: After spending the week touring Ohio promoting Operation Lifesaver, the Honoring First Responders unit heads to Altoona via Conway.
Orange Crushed: A now scrapped B&P 454 along with a sister SD45 leads BTNC across the now closed Waterfront Rd. grade crossing in Franklin Township, Beaver County, PA.
The Ashtabula Special: The ferry move slides south through the farmlands north of Youngstown on the Youngstown Line en route to Hazleton Yard.