It is a warm and windy afternoon along the former B&O mainline as a trio of westerners zip across Sewickley Creek bound for the grain fields of the Midwest.
An eastbound CSX auto-rack train approaches Station Square with Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle providing a backdrop.
Under last light, the Homer City-bound westbound coal train passes Station Square on a humid summer's evening.
On a very warm November afternoon, a pair of BNSF GE's and a CSX SD60 lead a westbound oil train along the Youghiogheny River.
Spring has sprung in Southwestern Pennsylvania as an eastbound manifest heads towards Connellsville, Pa. along the Youghiogheny River. In charge of the train is CSXT ES44DC 5432.
A common site from not that very long ago is the Big Blue livery on CSX. NS Conrail heritage unit 8089 leads CSX Q368 through Smithton, Pa. past the old Stoney's Brewery.
Destined for Cumberland, ES44DC No. 5340 leads an eastbound manifest along the Monongahela River in downtown Pittsburgh.
The USS' massive Edgar Thomson Steel Works provides a glorious industrial background for westbound Q359 on a fantastic autumn evening.
Two CSX units slow a string of salt loads to a stop at McKees Rocks to wait for opposing traffic coming through Pittsburgh. This view is accomplished by venturing to the village of Esplen, high at... (more)
Joining friends Richard Thompson and Matt Hartman on a day's journey to Pittsburgh proved to be an excellent way to spend a Sunday, especially considering this surprise appearance of V703, a run-t... (more)
Morning eastbound Q296 enters Beaver Falls behind CSX SD40-2 8335 and CR SD45-2 6666.
Eastbound R352 passes under the Union Railroad's Port Perry Bridge with an interesting GP30M/SD45-2 consist.
The steady, low roar of westbound Q353 echoes and reverberates throughout the mountains and buildings of downtown Pittsburgh, bustling with activity even on a Sunday morning.
CSX train Q353 rolls along the Monongahela River in downtown Pittsburgh. Plenty of city traffic and congestion is depicted in this scene, as people try to flea from their jobs during lunch hour.