Probably the longest passenger train I've ever seen, the eastbound RBBB circus train passes through Pittsburgh just east of CP Bell.
A distinctive landmark next to the Fort Wayne Line, the Ohio Valley Reflecting Pools.
A short 10A rolls east by the Pittsburgh Municipal Pool.
A three way meet. 25 hours after Q353 derailed in Munhall CSX is back in action. Q359 is one of the first westbound trains to pass the derailment site about 10 miles east of this location. McKees ... (more)
Standard cab 2569 leads 13G to a slow crawl to stop at CP-Bell.
A welded rail train heads down the ramp after crossing the OC Bridge.
As 611 heads west, 242 heads east under the McKees Rocks Bridge at sunset.
20E heads east by Alcosan's sewage settling on the Ohio River at sunset on a late spring evening
Foreign power rarely leads on NS in Pittsburgh, but it does happen occasionally on trains to/from the Mon Line, such as this empty hopper train.
Sewage settling pools look a little bit like turntables from this vantage point.
Two very different container trains meet just east of CP Bell. 20Q is on the left and trash train 65J is stopped at right.
The old tracks to the right of the main line were formerly used as service tracks adjacent to the P&LE's locomotive shops. At the time of the photo, they'd only been out of service for a few year... (more)
NS 63N, an empty sand train heads under the massive McKees Rocks Bridge and past Alcosan's sewage settling pools.
NS 587 heads past Alcosan's sewage settling pools and begins its climb up the ramp to the OC Bridge as the morning fog is still burning off over the river.