With a full train of salt in tow, D768 behind a pair of notched out GP's pull down the Mon Sub off of the Pittsburgh Sub on a beautiful Memorial Day at McKeesport PA.
CSXT 6776 is an ex-SCL GP40 that was still wearing its black paint but with a yellow "nose job". The well-traveled diesel was leading Riverton Local D768 down the Mon Sub at East Monessen.
A former Chessie GP38 leads Riverton Local D768 down the Mon Sub towards Monessen.
Local D768 heads south down the ex-P&LE Mon Branch behind an elderly Chessie GP38.
A GP40-2 pauses from switching the coke plant on Neville Island. This CSX trackage was part of the Pittsburgh & Ohio Valley RR until the early 1990's.
Returning light to Glenwood from Demmler Yard. Ex-CSXT 4117, nee-BO 6921 (GP30).
D768 brings coke empties into Demmler Yard. Here is it passing US Steel's Edgar Thomson Works, which houses the only remaining blast furnace in the Pittsburgh area. Ex-BO 6968 (GP30).