This is doesn't look like Minturn or the Moffat Tunnel but it is Rio Grande Tunnel Motors leading a train for the Wheeling and Lake Erie in 2014 here crossing the Portage River in Oak Harbor, Ohio... (more)
A Former Rio Grande GP35 is photographed at The Wheeling & Lake Erie's Rook Yard in 2004.
Wheeling's 711 stone train is tied-down at Rock Cut siding in Akron behind one of Wheeling's most recent acquisitions - an ex-GATX motor. A couple years ago and the trailing unit, 6384, would've b... (more)
W&LE 200 and 3046 pull 50 loaded stonecars eastbound across the bridge over Interstate 77 outside of Bolivar, Ohio, on April 23rd, 2014.
Wheeling 611 powers over the gargantuan bridge at Speers, PA with 105 coke loads, 3 GP35-3's, 2 SD40-2's and an SD40-3 in no particular order.
A matching pair of black n' orange Wheeling motors lead a westbound mixed freight onto the CSX Greenwich Subdivision in New London, Ohio.
WE #6310 ex UP, nee MP, WE #6315 ex WC, nee ACR and WE #7368 just acquired from NREX makes it's way around New Haven Connection before heading on WE trackage.
A trio of Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives power a long string of hoppers west on the CSX Greenwich Sub
W&LE 643, the Westland Turn, sits along the Montour Trail above the Cowden Farm in Westland. The train is ready to depart for the trip back to Rook Yard behind GP40-3 304.
After storms rolled through 15 minutes earlier, skies cleared as Wheeling coke loads head west across Sudan Trestle.
Rook Yard is filled with cars related to Southwest Pennsylvania's booming natural gas industry. SD40-2 6353 is tied down at the west end of the yard on a beautiful Sunday afternoon.
The Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railway's World War II Memorial stands silent guard as Wheeling SD40-3 4025 (built for the Missouri Pacific) and SD40-2 (built for the Colorado and Southern) idle at... (more)
A W&LE local out of Medina heads west to Spencer to sort cars.
As a late evening shower passes a Wheeling & Lake Erie train is stopped by a railroad cargo facility.
WE 223 with the 3049 in the lead trundles through the fields of rural ohio. Also of note is the Cross Bucks without lights! However these seem to be quite common on the wheeling.