Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

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Re: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

Postby BR&P » Mon Jan 08, 2018 5:17 pm

JPoland wrote:Thank U for the Train Symbols will go train chasing this week and try and use them


Good luck!

Your timing is off. After 3 days in the 40's and 50's, Saturday and Sunday are supposed to return to winter. :(
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Re: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

Postby RMB357 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:36 am

Your welcome and enjoy. I've noticed the coke trains tend to come through in the morning so you can always hit them when they get called.
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Re: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

Postby thebigham » Mon Jul 02, 2018 8:28 pm

My recent B&P pics are here:

http://photos.greatrails.net/show/?orde ... y=98&key2=

Business is good on the B&P.

We've had some daylight trains lately between Salamanca and Buffalo.
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Re: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

Postby JoeCollege » Tue Jul 03, 2018 10:12 am

thebigham wrote:My recent B&P pics are here:

http://photos.greatrails.net/show/?orde ... y=98&key2=

Business is good on the B&P.

We've had some daylight trains lately between Salamanca and Buffalo.


This is essentially a bridge line, right? So they carry CN traffic from Buffalo south? Or am I as completely wrong about this as I am about most things. I don't recall a lot of on line businesses between Buffalo and Salamanca. Thanks.
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Re: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad (BPRR) Discussion

Postby Matt Langworthy » Tue Jul 03, 2018 2:07 pm

The B&P has very few customers on the Buffalo Line in NY. On the other hand. they do have interchange traffic with the A&A and WNYP. The latter (based on what I've read elsewhere) seems to be doing quite well, which could explain at least some of the traffic uptick on the B&P.
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