The surviving leaves in the aftermath of a series of severe storms have now hit their peak in the valley near Adamsville. The daily southbound Bessemer ore train makes its way through the interlo... (more)
Bessemer 910 and company lead a 73 car loaded ore train southbound past the aged cantilever at Oneida, just north of the city of Butler.
The morning clouds are starting to give way to afternoon sunshine as a southbound ore train makes its way through the valley.
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Southbound ore behind the 910/867/905 roar under the signal bridge at Branchton on a perfect late October afternoon.
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The calendar says it's a little past fall peak in the valley, but the trees say otherwise. Here, southbound iron ore loads roar through Oneida with a Bessemer cantilever signal and ancient pole li... (more)
4 SD40T-3's and 2 SD38-2's lay over in Greenville on a wet September night.
Three classic EMD products are pulling for all their worth as they grind out of Conneaut with a heavy train of iron ore in tow.
910 and two sisters work up hill with a loaded train in tow as they pull down 3 west in North Bessemer Yard. Their return train of empties can be seen in the background on 35 and 36 East.
B&LE loaded ore train is minute compared to the overall picture!
A few miles north of the Allegheny river bridge BLE 910 south throttles up with a load of ore in tow for the Union Railroad.
Loaded Bessemer & Lake Erie ore train, now under CN ownership, departs Conneaught docks for Pittsburgh with NS former NKP trestle in the background.
Three orange tunnel motors lug a hefty loaded ore train out of the Conneaut Creek Valley. It wasn't until this experience that I learned the real meaning of "eight n' sand!"
After bringing empty hoppers northbound into Conneaut, the morning road crew gets their return trip to Greenville underway, rolling under the sizable NKP trestle over the Conneaut Creek.
Three tunnel motors rebuilt to conform with Tier III emission standards crawl south along Conneaut Creek at a snail's pace with a decent sized ore train in tow.
The Bessemer at its finest- three SD40T-3's are in command of a loaded ore train headed southbound on the Bessemer Subdivision in the small hillside settlement of Hartstown. Also of note, the fir... (more)