AVR-2 crew works Dailys Juice Products on a rare daylight move so the employees can be home for the Superbowl
AVR-2 crew is working a rare daylight shift is approaching Industrial Terminal's storage warehouses to do some switching
1802 spots a few reefers on the outskirts of downtown Pittsburgh.
1802 heads west to work at PCA in the Strip District. The ROW in this area has been heavily upgraded by the AVR - it looks like a double track main!
A cloud of black smoke escapes from the 1802 as her engineer fires up the prime mover.
AVR 2 has literally reached the end of the line - the track ends at two spurs by Consumers Produce.
Slow train, fast car - AVR 2's GP10 and my Acura Integra.
1802 utilizes a short siding to run around his train in the Strip District.
1802 is hard at work switching the Sunoco plant, one of many industries located along the the AVR's Valley Line.
AVR 2 goes about its switching in the Strip, near the 31st St. Bridge.
One of the first stops for AVR 2 is the Sunoco facility in Lawrenceville, one of the primary shippers on the AVR.
The AVR 2 crew shuffles a few cars around in Lawrenceville. With a call time of 1900, this train is best photographed during the long days of summer!
1802 shoves through a very rural section of Pittsburgh, just east of the Brilliant Branch Bridge.
After running around his short train, 1802 creeps through the industrial trackage in the Strip.
1802 shoves a pair of boxcars back towards Lawrenceville.