With a good load of coal bound for the main line at Queen Junction, Bessemer & Lake Erie’s Western Allegheny branch local rolls through Liggett, Pennsylvania.
Bessemer & Lake Erie’s Western Allegheny branch local has left its train on the main, and is making a reverse move on the siding at Liggett, Pennsylvania.
The 2 BLE units left on regular freight service bring 2 scrap cars and 21 empty pipe flats back to Butler to interchange with the B&P (Buffalo & Pittsburgh RR) to go back to CN in Buffalo, NY.
The Real McCoy! The remaining 2 original Bessemer and Lake Erie units left on regular freight service bring 2 scrap cars and 21 pipe flats back North to interchange with the B&P (Buffalo & Pittsbu... (more)
The 2 remaining Bessemer units left on regular freight service bring a Southbound loaded pipe train south at the MP 12.9 Defect Detector.
The 2 remaining Bessemer units left on regular freight service bring a southbound loaded pipe train south past the ancient B&LE searchlight signals at SX North.
With a nice snow cloud following it, a trio of Bessemer units hustle loads towards Greenville.
Back before ETTS, a trio of Bessemer tunnel motors dig in to the stiff grade as they depart Conneaut, kicking snow up in the process.
A manifest freight gets head room in Canadian National's Homewood Yard, sporting former Bessemer & Lake Erie No. 878 on the head end.
Ugly! 718A heads a line of stored locos at Schellville, CA, in 1998.
One of the Bessemer units is in charge of the local freight heading south of Virginia on the Iron Range Sub on this code blue day.
The Bessemer local heads south through Butler with a four car train behind SD38AC 867 and SD40-3 905.
B&LE 900, painted in CN colors, leads two other units toward the Lakehead Storage Facility to pick up a cut of ore cars filled with limestone, which is being delivered by the Laker Joseph L. Block... (more)
The Two Harbors loads speed by with steaming hot taconite pellets through Rollins with a fallen flag leader shining on point.
Bessemer and Lake Erie Number 905 shoves the rear of the AK Turn through Butler PA.