A caboose hop from the Brownsville engine terminal has crossed the Monongahela River and is in the wye at the south end of the West Brownsville yard. After tacking the caboose on the end of a stri... (more)
MGA 2309 trundles down Main Street in West Brownsville in June of 1992.
If there was a railroad-oriented historical marker in West Brownsville, it would celebrate the countless millions of tons of coal that have travelled over Main Street. Here three Super 7's begin t... (more)
MGA extra 2310 north is travelling up Main Street in West Brownsville. Every train going to or coming from the Monongahela's West Division had to negotiate about 1/2 mile of 10 MPH street running ... (more)
MGA extra 2310 north brings another loaded coal train into West Brownsville. Just ahead is street running before entering the yard.
Running on street trackage, Monongahela caboose #68 brings up the rear at West Brownsville, PA. 6-15-1990
On a beautiful warm October afternoon a NS train waits in the small yard north of the street running in West Brownsville.
N70 with SD40-3 GCFX 6072 (Alstom Canada Inc. Transport) heads north on the street running at West Brownsville on the NS Mon Line with coal loads from Emerald Mine.
GE vs. VW in the streets of West Brownsville. Better park it straight in this part of town.
B&P 3331 leads N76 north through the street running of West Brownsville on this cloudy afternoon. The B&P coal train is a CSX run through from New Castle, which loads at Bailey or Emerald Mines. T... (more)
Ole' Glory flies proud in the chilly wind as two NS ES44AC's lug a pair of damaged CSX coal hoppers along the street running in West Brownsville, Pa.
A boxcar leads empties down the street running of West Brownsville on a picture perfect afternoon
N72 takes loads north on the street running of West Brownsville.
A Blairsville-bound coal train makes its way up the street-running during a heavy snow storm.
N24 heads north on the street running, running past some parked cars and the old school house just before sunrise