Continuing west through Eighty Four, the next stop for AVR 3 will be the Washington Penn Plastic Company about a mile up the line.
A westbound Allegheny Valley Railroad freight leisurely rolls through Eighty Four, PA, the namesake town and corporate headquarters of 84 Lumber.
After leaving their train on the main, AVR 3 switches the Washington Penn Plastic Company.
AVR's turn to Washington, PA switches sand hoppers and paper box cars at Eighty Four, PA on their way south.
The AVR job to Washington, PA switches sand cars at Eighty Four, PA before moving to switch the International Paper warehouse.
AVR3 Make a Rare unusual move on Saturday with WE power to 84 PA to pick up and drop off some sand hoppers.
AVR 3 is about to duck under PA Route 136 on their way west to switch Performance Products.
After working the International Paper plant in Wylandville, AVR 3 heads west to switch Performance Products.
AVR 3 makes another stop to switch an industry on the old B&O Wheeling & Pittsburgh Subdivision.
The AVR's local to Washington passes through Eighty Four, home of 84 Lumber's corporate headquarters.
Naturally, the best foliage on the W&P was found here at Eighty Four, after the sun had disappeared.
Rolling through the bucolic Washington County countryside, the 1801 rounds a curve on the former B&O W&P.
The 1801 pauses at Performance Products for a few moments before switching this industry. Performance Products is one of the larger customers on the W&P and crews typically spend 45 minutes or an... (more)