URR 15 leads two other MP15's on a loaded slab train approaching the USS Irvin works from the USS ET works.
Three MP15's and a train of loaded slabs rolls off of two southbound and onto the southbound main as they pass the old receiving yard.
In the late afternoon Union's 76 crew battles heavy shadows as it works up hill towards the Dravosburg tunnel and US Steels Irvin Works with a loaded slab train from ET.
76 crew, the slab train shoves up the low grade to head for USS Irvin works. In the background the massive Westinghouse Bridge crosses the valley 240' above the valley floor.
The second turn 66 crew is doubled up and ready to depart the Coke mill with its daily run to ET and to the CSX. A massive thunderstorm builds to the east behind the power.
URR 66CL2 departs Clairton and passes 4 crew as they start there evening trip through the Mon Valley.
Shadows hide the creeping empty Union RR train clinging to the mountainside, as the Turtle Creek valley still basks in the spring sunshine.
Union Railroad MP15's 15, 16, 10, 14, and 18 get a brief rest before continuing on in the cold and snow as they lead a CSX coke train to Dextar yard
Coke is the big deal on the URR. 15 is seen here bringing empties out of the blast furance while a few tracks deep another loaded coke train is arriving for consumption by ET.
A quartet of Union switchers lugs a train from Braddock through the railroad's complex J Interlocking.
URR pulls out of North Bessemer light power with the caboose trailing in the back.
Union Railroad makes its way down to the south end of North Bessemer to connect up to a string of empties and then later meets up with B&LE.