An empty train passes some spring color as it rolls down the street in West Brownsville.
On a quite Sunday like this, Main Street West Brownsville probably sees more trains than cars
Much to my surprise this beautiful Conrail drove right down the middle of the street to brighten up all the dead things around it.
NS 7598 rumbles right down the middle of Main St. basking the the bright afternoon sun.
The driver of the Jeep is either very brave or very stupid as he tries to pass the N60 on the snowy streets of West Brownsville
N09 eases down the tight confines of Main St. with only a few feet between the train and the parked automobiles.
Until recently, this location was known as "CP 58". An August rule change resulted in the renaming of various control points and this one is now known as "Jimbo".
Even mundane Dash 9s look pretty good running down the middle of Main Street in West Brownsville.
An empty hopper train reaches the end of the street trackage in West Brownsville.
Horsepower, in many forms , all in one frame
A loaded PPLX (Pittsburgh Power & Light) unit coal train makes its way northward along the west bank of the Monongahela River on a sunny Saturday morning.
The NS OCS takes to the street running of West Brownsville just far enough to drop off the CEO before wying the train and heading back to Pittsburgh.
A northbound loaded coal train makes its way down Main Street in West Brownsville, PA. Anyone want to buy an ideal "railfan house"?