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7/16/05 - Wilmerding, PA   /   7/16/05 - East Pittsburgh, PA   /   8/14/05 - Buckeye Yard, Columbus, OH  

July 16, 2005 - Wilmerding, PA

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     a friendly wave from the engineer...

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     Amtrak makes an appearance.  This shot gives an overview of the east end of 'CP WING', formerly 'WG' Block and Interlocking Station

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July 16, 2005 - East Pittsburgh, PA

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     an overview of the Edgar Thomson and Mon Valley Works

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     URR switchers on the viaduct.  The position-light signals at left are on the URR high line; however, the former PRR Port Perry Branch is just over the embankment

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     Back under the viaduct.  This line formerly connected to the PRR Port Perry Branch near 'PERRY' interlocking, and the PRR East Pittsburgh Branch around the bend

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     Switching the mill is hungry work (note cooler)!

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August 14, 2005 - Buckeye Yard, Columbus, OH

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     UP power leads an eastbound towards downtown.  Buckeye Yard, a PC era facility, replaced several PRR yards including Yard A and Yard B east of Columbus and Grandview Yard on the west.

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     Now how did a perfectly good G43B go about getting THOSE reporting marks?!?

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     Position-light signals, alive and well...

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     Switching on the west leg of the wye

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