Rain pours down upon the Mon Valley as southbound empties bound for Bailey Mine prepare to meet counterpart N21 between CP ARK and GATE on the NS Mon Line.
After a repair to a washout on the Mon Line, an endless parade of coal loads and empties go up and down the NS Mon Line at a frequency I've never witnessed before. N21 heads north through the doub... (more)
A CSX Duke Power coal train finds a hole in the tree line west of Clarksville on the former MGA line between Waynesburg and West Brownsville.
Freshly painted CR 2038, formerly MGA 2308, leads empties southbound through Clarksville, PA. The empties are destined for loading at Bailey Mine at the end of the Manor Branch.
Northbound coal loads follow the South Fork of Tenmile Creek as MGA 2305 North approaches Clarksville, Pa.
An empty southbound hopper train approaches Clarksville, Pa.
The sun glints off the numberboard of MGA 2307 as it leads empties south at Clarksville, Pa.
A southbound Detroit Edison empty hopper train approaches Clarksville en route to Bailey Mine on the MGA's Manor Branch for loading.
A train of empty Wisconsin Electric hoppers rolls through Clarksville, Pennsylvania on the Monongahela Railway. The WEEX trains were always easy to spot, as they almost always had a C&NW unit with... (more)
Three Monongahela Super 7’s bring a train of empties south through Clarksville, Pennsylvania. The train is passing under the Clarksville Road overpass.
MGA 2301 and 2307 are pushers on a loaded coal train bound for West Brownsville. They have stopped just beyond the Clarksville Road overpass to meet a southbound train of empties.
Conrail SD40-2's 6490-6499, are south bound on the MGA, at Clarksville, PA. 10/28/1990
The tunnel portal-like opening carrying Clarksville Road over the MGA's tracks at Clarksville frames MGA 2301 on a southbound empty hopper train.
MGA 2309 leads northbound loads a short distance north of Clarksville at approximately milepost T2.