E782's last car slowly rolls west on the Keystone Sub. In a few moments the train will be backing down the Salisbury Sub with the venerable caboose leading the way to Shaw Mine.
CSXT 107 leads a Westbound coal train through the Buffalo Depew Amtrak Station.
E782-11 meets Q368-10 With a trio of NS power up at the Bud Board... Looks like there will be another Shaw mine train this week in Meyersdale
Well over 100 years old, the through truss bridge over the Casselman was obviously well designed - it just supported the weight of two AC44s!
470 shoves past the loadout at Shaw as he positions his empty hoppers for loading.
782 departs Shaw as a light engine move, next stop Salisbury Junction where the crew will wait for a taxi.
E782 has arrived at Shaw, led by a CSX OLS caboose.
Using a light touch on the throttle, 782's locomotives carefully shove empty hoppers on CSX's Salisbury Sub.
Slowly rolling through the fields, E782 makes his way towards the loadout at Shaw.
Weaving through the interlocking, E782 crosses over from 1 to 2. The train is headed for the Salisbury Sub, which diverges from the eastbound main.
Before shoving towards Shaw, E782's conductor releases the hand brakes on the train's caboose.
After dropping a train of empties at Shaw Mine, E782's power ran light to Salisbury Jct. where a rack train is passing on the main.
E782 snakes through the S curves just west of Salisbury Jct. When you see a slow moving westbound hopper train on #2 track, it's a good bet that he's destined for the Salisbury Sub.
E782 backs down the Salisbury Sub, crossing the Casselman River on this venerable 1897 truss bridge.
E782's power pauses at the Shaw Mine loadout.