A former Pennsylvania Rail Road C628 stands in the former New York Central Collinwood yard.
Conrail RSD5 6802 awaits its fate in the deadline at Collinwood, Ohio. Unfortunately, that fate was the scrapper’s torch.
On their way from their birthplace to their new home on the Santa Fe, five brand new C30-7’s travel west out of Conrail’s Collinwood yard.
From the bridge over Collinwood yard, we could see a train with some Santa Fe power getting up air to head west under cloudy skies. As a sucker hole in the clouds opened up, the train started movi... (more)
Conrail’s Collinwood shops are hosting the usual assortment of CR power, with some visitors, too. The U30C is a Detroit Edison unit, while the four GP38-2’s belong to the Cleveland Electric Illumi... (more)
The Century Catalog:
Throwing out the high (C855), and throwing out the low (C415), both of which were specialty models, Alco’s entire catalog of Century-series locomotives is represented in thi... (more)
Nice site to see with 3 matching SOO SD60's heading east.
Q357 is waiting to depart once Q268 comes in off the high side to do their work in Collinwood Yard.
An eastbound ethanol train heads past the soon to be replaced bracket signal at Collinwood with a fresh dusting of snow in the Cleveland area.
After stopping at CP 174 to address mechanical issues with the lead unit, Q018 gets back on the move towards Station E for fuel. Obviously the problem wasn't quite solved...
One evening in July of 1975 my dad, who would retire in December after 36 years on NYC/PC/CR, got a tip that the 2101, AFT#1, was at the Collinwood yards. We hightailed it there and got a few pics... (more)
Though the day has come to an end for many employees such as those at Papp's, railroaders remain hard at work to keep America's freight on the move.
Q380-06 fuels up and grabs supplies at Station E in Collinwood Yard on a cool February evening.