As seen from the shoulder of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, three B&LE Tunnelmotors deliver a train to the Union RR at North Bessemer Yard.
Three Tunnelmotors cross the Allegheny River Bridge after taking a train to the URR in North Bessemer.
Southbound ore loads roll through the sweeping curve at Lyndora on the southwest side of Butler. This was once a much busier place on the Bessemer, but times have changed and the yard here is now ... (more)
Three matching units haul 74 loads south to a crew change as Greenville as they march through the swamp.
The sound this train make was amazing. From miles away the engines could be heard straining in Run 8 as they dug in through the snow storm and lugged 74 loads towards Greenville and a new crew.
Loads dig in as they head for Greenville in a whiteout blizzard.
Trio of Bessemer motors grind through the curves as they lug 74 loads up the grade headed for Bessemer. This was a momentary lull in the major snow squalls.
After a hasty recrew at Kremis, the U70261 is back on the move and approaching the town of Fredonia. Motive power for the train consists of three matching tunnel motors of Southern Pacific herita... (more)
It's fall peak on the Bessemer, and what better way to view it than from this vantage point just outside of Adamsville? This southbound is just a moment away from knocking down a clear signal at ... (more)
BLE 902 and company knock down the signal as they roll alongside Angling Road, surrounded by the fantastic fall color near Pennside.
A herd of cows take a moment to check out the guys with cameras, while 9,000 horses roar through the valley below with an ore train bound for U.S.S. in Pittsburgh.
Three orange tunnel motors are in charge of hauling a heavy string of ore hoppers from the P&C Docks in Conneaut to North Bessemer Yard outside of Pittsburgh, passing many trademark scenes on the ... (more)
Iron ore loads blast south behind three tunnel motors and through some early fall foliage.
BLE 902 and three sisters begin there journey to North Bessemer as they take a loaded ore train southbound out of Conneaut.