Southbound iron ore loads from Conneaut pass the small cemetery in Cheswick, Pa., a small town on the border of the Allegheny valley.
The B&LE Steel Train slowing negotiates the Allegheny Industrial District spur after spotting a load of paper.
With 78 loads or ore in tow, a southbound XB Turn crosses the Allegheny River Bridge.
The first rays of sunshine find eastbound 12G rounding the curve at Cheswick on the Conemaugh Line.
This is my last photograph of a "real" B&LE train - the Bessemer is now in the hands of Canadian National as of 9:00 AM, May 10 2004.
A North Bessemer (XB) turn heads north across the Allegheny River, passing the Allegheny Valley interchange on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
B&LE 906 on 9/06, crossing the Allegheny River at 7:59 AM.