model train set on track

Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad

e*Train Issue: Apr 2002   |   Posted in:

Butler, PA — September 23, 2001
by Bob LeBras

Located near Butler, PA at the intersection of State Routes 68 and 422, the Buffalo and Pittsburgh is a small, yet seemingly thriving railroad. Here, a GP-9 sits probably acquired for overflow service, or awaiting repairs and repaint.
The B&P has a paint scheme reminiscent of BNSF’s Heritage livery.
Geep stays cool in the shade.
This little railroad has alot going on around it and sits right next to a four track main.
It doesn’t look like this chop nose Geep has moved in awhile.
There isn’t much to the B&P, but it is interesting nonetheless.
B&P Geep awaits duty on a sunny fall day.
The B&P is a Geep road.
Three oddball first generation Geeps are silent on a siding.
A pair of switchers sit inside the engine house.
One sanding tower is all that is needed on the Buffalo & Pittsburgh.
Tank car pumping station.
Beautifully restored B&O woodsided caboose in Mars, PA
Classic Mars train station undergoing extensive restoration.