Departing Butler in golden lighting, BTNC with a colorful consist heads towards it's destination of New Castle.
In the last light, BTNC rolls into Harmony headed for New Castle.
Butler, PA - New Castle, PA CSX interchange train BTNC rounds Goehring Curve on a mid-summer evening.
Back in the B&O/Chessie/CSX days of the P&W this sweeping curve in the farmlands of Fombell, PA was known as "Goehring Curve". Butler-New Castle BTNC leans into the curve turning into th... (more)
Orange Crushed: A now scrapped B&P 454 along with a sister SD45 leads BTNC across the now closed Waterfront Rd. grade crossing in Franklin Township, Beaver County, PA.
A somewhat rare "Triclops" leader on the south end of the B&P.
The newest thing to hit the rails of the B&P are 6 SD60M "triclops" on a 6 month lease from Progress Rail. If the 6 month trial is successful 6 more are rumored to appear and be panted GWI orange.
A single SD40-2 is the power of a train of steel slabs from AK Steel in Butler, PA.
BTNC-26 descends down the P&W into New Castle Yard with a long cut of slabs from AK Steel in Butler.
Internally a SD40-3, but still sporting a SD45 carbody, this former SP unit leads an afternoon BTNC.
The early morning sun burns through the clouds and fog as the daily B&P train from New Castle runs east over this former B&O line.
BTNC struggles up hill with a large train including a empty slab train that is being returned to AK steel in Butler.
BTNC rolls across the massive bridge over the Connoquenessing River in Ellwood City as the train heads back to Butler.