A pair of Wheeling SD40-2s receives attention at the Brewster, OH shops on February 28, 2009.
W&LE SD40-2 4003 reverses a ballast train into Brewster yard.
Westbound 237 train put their train together at the west of Brewster Yard.
Wheeling train 237 is making its way west out of Brewster. The W&LE's pair of Rio Grande painted tunnel motors look good making way through a 10 MPH speed restriction.
237 heads west out of Brewster with the Wheeling's pair of DRGW painted tunnel motors providing the muscle. The attractive duo are enroute to an interchange with CSX in Willard.
On a muggy evening, a westbound Wheeling & Lake Erie freight rolls through the countryside with an SD40-2/SD40T-2 combo. The trailing tunnel motor still wears its original Rio Grande paint and num... (more)
Beautiful evening light basks the scene as the BNSF 1020 notches up and pulls Wheeling & Lake Erie train 301 west toward the yard at Brewster, Ohio, passing the picturesque farmland along Lawndell... (more)
The second of two early morning eastbounds holds up at Elton Road, west of Brewster, while the first man works on clearing up at Shorbs (Brewster west yard limits). They had quite a train with thr... (more)
A colorful lite engine move off the Cleveland Sub heads west at Baymere Avenue as it enters Brewster Yard. Wheeling 4000, a non-DB SD40-3 of CN heritage, leads four SD40-2s, all wearing different ... (more)
Wheeling and Lake Erie 301 is seen heading under the over pass as it switches tracks from the Rook Division as it heads west towards Brewster Yard for a recrew.
W&LE 216, the Brewster-Canton-Akron Yard local departs Brewster Yard in Brewster, OH with WE 3016, and SD40-3, on a late spring morning.
Wheeling's daily Willard-Brewster mixed freight is seen just past yard limits with a colorful trio for power.
Two Wheeling GP35s pose side by side outside Brewster Shop during May 2007. The 2651 would soon be purged from the roster and the 2679 would be rebuilt as WE 112 (GP35-3) during 2010.
A Norfolk & Western RS-36 spends its last daye in Brewster, Ohio. N&W’s six original RS36’s had high short hoods, somewhat uncommon for this model.
WE SD45 1767 and 1769 move RP-E6R Slug 9950 (Was built from Erie Lackawanna SDP45 3637) at Brewster Ohio. Photo by G.E Lloyd, from my collection.