3049, four other EMDs, and a long train of empty ore hoppers roll through Longview, passing the junction with the Mifflin Branch.
4016 leads a train of steel coils past the turned signals at Longview. The CTC system had been deactivated a few years earlier and the signals have since been removed.
Dashing through the snow, the first W&LE slab train from Connellsville passes through Longview, enroute to Rook and ultimately Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel.
Perfect afternoon sunshine greets 416 at Longview as a pedestrian strolls along the ROW, apparently uninterested in the passing train.
Saturday was a busy day on the old P&WV, 391 ran in the morning and 416 in the afternoon.
Santa Fe F7A 230C (later rebuilt to CF7 2561 in 7/73) works a train in Longview, Texas, on March 3, 1973.
392's "Wheeling Grande" units approach the junction with the main at Longview, after they set off a cut of gons and one hopper at Mifflin.
392 heads east on the main, passing the Mifflin Branch at left.
A coke train interchanged at Mifflin Jct. eases off the Mifflin Branch and enters the main at Longview.
Running sans coke hoppers, 392 heads east through Longview. The abandoned abutments in the background once supported a Montour bridge across the P&WV.
392 rolls through Longview after several miles of climbing uphill. The track at left is the Mifflin Branch which leads to the Union RR interchange at Mifflin Jct.
Three W&LE GP35s and one NS GP38-2 cut away from their train to run light down the Mifflin Branch. This is the second NS unit in a week to pass through on a W&LE train.
CLC 701 with crossbucks as the Rocky Point turn snakes thru the backyards and residental streets of Longview, WA
CLC 700 in your face in Longview, WA
Columbia and Cowlitz's Rocky Point Turn heads back to Longview, throttling up as he has just cleared the bridge over the Cowlitz River