Coal train 536 heads east on the Conemaugh Line at CP SHARP.
Two dwarfs, two flags, three EVO's:
An NS 563 pauses at CP-Etna, on it's westbound trek back to Shire Oaks, as it awaits a new crew to assist with the setout of a shop car.
Still wearing the colors of the McKeesport Connecting Railroad, Azcon Steel #1002 moves a cut of scrap cars to the NS interchange at CP SHARP.
NS 536 follows the NS 10G east on the Conemaugh Line, passing under the RD Fleming Bridge (62nd St).
The NS 500 coal train from Shire Oaks, PA to Eddystone, PA passes the C39 local with 5635 at Etna Yard.
My first outing with a 20D produced this busy photo at CP Sharp. From left to right: 563, 10G, and a work train.
A fairly unusual move on the Conemaugh, NS 411 is an eastbound train of empty PPLX hoppers. If you look at the lower left corner of the photo, you can see the old tracks to the Brilliant Bridge. ... (more)
The freshly ballasted track is the Allegheny Valley Railroad's new line to Azcon Scrap. When completed, AVR trains will be able to reach Sharpsburg via the Brilliant Branch Bridge.
9148 eases to a stop at CP Sharp, awaiting passage of westbound C39.
C39 departs the yard and enters the Conemaugh main at Sharp. Today's train featured a long cut of gondolas, destined for Allegheny Ludlum.
18G rounds a bend and enters the interlocking at CP Sharp. Following the 18G was a 562 Shelocta train with four blue 80MACs!
The helper on Shelocta-bound 562 passes through CP Sharp
Eastbound 10G passes through CP Sharp
After detatching from its train, the 9190 heads east on the single track to clear the interlocking before backing west towards Etna yard.