The Central of Georgia heritage unit leads mixed freight 11K westbound passed milepost RD110 on the NS Cleveland Line in Bedford, Ohio.
A standard cab SD70 of Conrail vintage leads mixed freight 31E through Bedford, Ohio just after a short but intense rain shower.
Remnants of the Connotton Valley Railway can still be seen today on W&LE Cleveland Subdivision, now run by the CCR.
The CCR heads north to Cleveland on a beautiful spring day. This small short line operates on some very history-rich rails as can be seen here. The depot that is visible through the trees on the l... (more)
Former MKT and Santa Fe power marches north to Cleveland where the CCR will do their daily switching.
Track two on the old Pennsylvania RR's Cleveland to Pittsburgh line gets a clear Signal for the Amtrak 30.
The two units lettered and numbered for the CCR head north light on former N&W rails at the Broadway Avenue grade crossing.
With the CHBR 2369 now up at the port of Cleveland, the CCR's duties are left to the 2372 and 2377, seen here starting across Broadway Avenue with a short train of gondolas for FPT.
Though the 2369 is now lettered for the upcoming Cleveland Harbor Belt Railroad, the engine is still making the regular runs on the CCR's network, powering trains out of Falls Junction in Glenwill... (more)
A pair of GP39-2's of Katy heritage take 24 loaded gondolas north through the city of Bedford. At right is the old passenger depot served by a handful of railroads since its establishment in 1882... (more)
Four light engines head north on former N&W rails in the close confines of downtown Bedford. The CCR's power for the day is LTEX 2372, WE 6382, WE 6381 and WE 3102.
11K slowly rolls through Bedford, running reverse main. In the trailing position is an ex-UP SD60, now owned by HLCX, a leasing company.
Longhood forward LTEX 2372 leads the Cleveland Commercial Railroad local west in the early afternoon sunlight. Moments later, hotshot NS 24M would pass by on the adjacent NS mainline (out of sight... (more)
A welded rail train led by an NS slug set rolls west past the park by Bedford's Tim Lally Field.
The CCR's Glenwillow-Cleveland train meanders through historic downtown Bedford, engines and cars rocking and swaying on the jointed rail.