The paint on this veteran Santa Fe unit has lost its shine and clearly shows the ravages of time, but I'd still rather shoot an old warbonnet than a new CSX GEVO!
The last rays of daylight cut across the tracks as a mixed freight heads west towards McKeesport.
Stack train weaving through the crossovers at CP17Y.
In 1953 the B&O built a connection to the P&LE at this interlocking to avoid running though the center of the city of McKeesport.
A pair of UP units lead 216 on the former P&LE main. The track to the left is the former P&LE line to Connellsville now owned by the Turtle Creek Industrial.
Q226 rolls East with a EX-SP Tunnelmotor in the "Freddy" position. Man was that 7741 filthy.
PRB coal roars East @ Sinns Interlocking with a pair of UP's for power.
Q226 rolls East with a NS-UP lash-up.
Lite power move.
Q641 charges East thru Port Vue!
Two brand new UP GEVOs head up Q641 thru Port Vue.
No widecabs here! A trio of EMD SD40-2s pull Q389 through Port Vue.
613 is the plant switcher for ELG Metals, an industry adjacent to CSX's Pittsburgh Sub. This critter has a lengthy history, built in July 1943 and used by the following railroads: US Army 7499, ... (more)
A very ragged looking UP unit heads up Hot Shot Q148 in early morning sunlight.
The classic P&LE searchlight signals in this photo are on the endangered list, the only place where they remain on the Pittsburgh Sub is between Riverton and Sinns.
An EX Conrail SD60 leads Q641 into Port VUE in early morning sunlight.