NS manifest 16E snakes it's way along the temporary shoofly on the Chicago Line at milepost 184 in Cleveland's Battery Park neighborhood.
The Southern heritage unit leads loaded oil train 64R east as it passes in front of First Energy Stadium in downtown Cleveland.
A very short NS intermodal train requires only 1 locomotive for power as it heads east with the Cleveland, Ohio downtown skyline in the background
The Conrail heritage unit leads NS 205 west as it crosses over the Cuyahoga River valley as a light snow continues to fall in Cleveland.
BNSF 4753 and 4758 without the final striping and lettering, are working their way west on a Conrail train SCIN, with the city of Cleveland in the background.
With a dozen cars in tow, NS 5336 leads local BX-02 east to work various industries in Euclid as it passes through downtown Cleveland.
5526 makes it's way upgrade with the city of Cleveland in the background.
BNSF 776, 777 and Conrail 7702 are the power on Conrail's BUEL at Collinwood. 7702 is being cut out of the train and moved to the engine house.
Conrail 6143 and 6226 get the priority to leave Collinwood as they pass Conrail 6203 and Norfolk Southern 8807 waiting in the yard.
A pair of SD80MACs have just crossed the Cuyahoga River and are now making their way upgrade. Visible in the background is one of the two old B&O lift bridges (in black) that Cleveland has kept in... (more)
After a brief stop at Collinwood, BNSF 4701, 4702, 4700 are about to pass Quaker Tower on their way west.
Conrail 5576 passes under a pedestrian bridge that connects office buildings to car parking in Cleveland, Ohio.
A late evening sun casts long shadows as Amtrak passes through the massive drawbridge crossing the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio. The two coach cars behind the locomotive are BNSF cars.
CSX 8786 is at the Collinwood east fuel station with all locomotives receiving fuel.
Norfolk Southern intermodal train 24M skirts along the edge of Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio, in front of First Energy Stadium (home of the Cleveland Browns) and the Great Lakes Science Center. Ap... (more)