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.
Just after the 643 Job to Westland left Rook, 610s crew went on duty and the left almost immediately, Power for this trip was 104,6383 on the other end, and 100,300 on the end facing me.
WE 611s power sitting idle in the yard, in the foreground is an Old shack im assuming its used for storage.
WE 100 idling quietly on a semi-nice February day next to the Rook Yard Office.
About four years prior to the opening of the Mon Fayette Expressway, Mingo Creek looked much different than it does today. Passengers on the ORHS have a sweet view of the valley as their train re... (more)
NS KL91 seen here pushing north toward Bunge Grain to pick up empty train hoppers for loading at various Elevators on the Wheeling & Lake Erie.
WE 6357 and sister 6355 seen here in the Bellevue engine pit, at NS Bellevue Yard, these are 2 of 3 Primer SD40-2s on the Wheeling & Lake Erie roster, the 3rd one is WE 6356.
WE 685 leaves Bellevue with empty grain hoppers from Bunge bound for various grain elevators served by the Wheeling & Lake Erie.
NS KL97 otherwise known as WE 228 is seen here putting their train together in "East Yard" within the Bellevue Yard complex, this photo was taken from Public Land.
NS KL91 seen here at Southwest Street, getting ready to reverse toward Bunge Grain to pick up empty train hoppers for loading at various Elevators on the Wheeling & Lake Erie.