The Wheeling's Toledo train gets ready to depart Klines yard.
2 Wheeling units, in DRGW livery cross over the Parkway West on the former N&W trestle, still displaying most of the N&W railway sign, on their way to the relatively new Westland Branch.
Wheeling and Lake Erie sitting on the siding at Hyndman.
The rear end power of the 643 heads across the trestle. Once they get to the Westland Branch, this unit will lead the train.
W&LE MoW train 953 heads east under the state route 151 overpass during one of the heaviest snowfalls of Winter 2012. The rail was headed east for the construction of the 4-mile W&LE Westland Bran... (more)
WE 211 Running to the SWP to drop off some loaded sand hoppers for the new fraking plant. Has the train is going into Temple Tunnle we can see a push pull operation will be done shortly when the g... (more)
WE 211 Running to the SWP to drop off some loaded sand hoppers for the new fraking plant. Has the train is going over Mingo Bridge we can see a push pull operation will be done shortly when the ge... (more)
WE 6315 and WE 6348 power a Empty rock train west to Carey, OH. WE 6315 is one of two former Algoma Central SD40-2s on the railroad, also to be noticed in the left side of the photo you can see th... (more)
The Wheeling Toledo to Hartland train leaves town. In this view they're just out of CN Lang yard and about to cross New York Ave in north Toledo.
Formerly WE 7377, WE 6384 was built in March 1975 as MP 3198. 38 years later it is in the process of being rebuilt at the W&LE Brewster Locomotive Shop.
A pair of tiger stripe Wheeling units prepare to depart Rook yard as they pass over the Parkway East in greentree, Pa.