8702 sits with no crew at Washington Penn Plastics near the Washington Fairgrounds
With only three cars in tow, AVR 3 appears to be overpowered, but the second unit was needed after picking up a cut of cars at Gambles.
When AVR 3 departed Glenwood, his train was only three cars long. The train's length grew considerably, after picking up a covered hopper and a cut of gons at Gambles.
The first stop for today's AVR 3 is Gambles, where the train has stopped to switch out International Paper.
The AVR's local to Washington passes through Eighty Four, home of 84 Lumber's corporate headquarters.
The town of Washington used to be the midway point on the B&O's W&P sub from Glenwood, PA to Benwood, WV. Today, the town is the end of the line and service is provided Monday through Friday by A... (more)
Three Ohio Central units line up in the early morning in Youngstown, including a former SP Tunnelmotor. Now that Ohio Central has been bought out, what will become of these units?
L&I 1803 sits quietly under the flood light, surrounded by plastic pellet cars and MoW equipment.
NREX 8748 and two other Geeps switch the west end of Fort Worth & Western's Hodge Yard in north Fort Worth.
Both 8712 and 8713 are getting some sun on this cool October morning.
The AVR heads back towards Glenwood on home rails after working the NS interchange at Island Avenue Yard.