With the sun setting fast 21J slowly snakes its way out of the city heading west down the Ft. Wayne line. The rest of the train is still coming through the Amtrak station as is evident by the 2 tr... (more)
Takin' out the trash. 65J has a fresh load of garbage, destined for a landfill on the Ohio Central.
A few moments after BurghMan photographed this train from a higher vantage point, I caught him coming past the former PRR signal bridges at Federal St.
11A drops down the ramp at Federal St. while an eastbound coal train takes the low-grade Conemaugh Line.
Most container trains take the Mon Line through Pittsburgh, but since 65J's trash containers aren't doublestacked, the train can run through town on the Pittsburgh Line.
6145's westbound train squeals through the sharp curve between Federal Street and CP Penn.
Working hard to overtake the coal train on the adjacent track, C39 accelerates by the Federal Street flyover.
I almost lucked out and got a side by side meet here, but C39 was just a few seconds behind the coal train.
Coal train 508 ducks under the Fort Wayne Line flyovers at Federal St., passing a busy worksite. Dominating the background is Heinz Field, home of the Steelers.
A ballast train negotiates the Federal St. flyover on the day before Halloween.
Allegheny Ludlum still uses a small fleet of GE switchers at their mills in Natrona and Brackenridge. A short section of track connects the two plants and runs parallel to the NS Conemaugh Line.
An empty Shelocta train sits crewless at Federal St. Trailing unit is a high hood NREX SD40-2.