W&LE train 215 arrives into the yard limits at Brewster, OH behind a former GCFX leaser behind a diverse train of empty sand cars, LPG loads, coke loads, and some misc. mixed freight.
W&LE train 237 doubles its train of mostly LPG loads together at SHORBS on the west end of Brewster Yard behind a trio of policy appropriate black and orange EMDs.
W&LE train 215 heads west toward Brewster with sand empties and LPG loads as the local livestock finds the camera toting railfan more interesting instead of a pair of SD40-2s.
The Santa Fe lives on in Ardmore where plenty of blue and yellow paint shuffles cars for the road job down to Alliance.
The Cimarron Valley's BNSF interchange turn is heading for home at slow speed behind an eclectic pair of GP26s, a GP30, and a B39-8, quite a contrast to the space age wind turbines that dot the la... (more)
MRL's local to Whitehall is heading for home at Logan as it traverses the scenic Jefferson River canyon.
MRL's local to Whitehall has just departed Three Forks and is about to pass through the small hamlet of Willow Creek on the former NP maineline over the now rail-banked Homestake Pass.
MRL's local to Whitehall traverses the Jefferson River Canyon where both the NP and the MILW passed in close proximity to one another. The former MILW right of way can be seen on the opposite ban... (more)
MRL's 5th Sub local heads west from Three Forks toward Whitehall, seen here passing a unique NP whistle post where the "W" is a silhouette instead of painted on.
W&LE's Westland Turn heads for home at Rook Yard as they pass through Bridgeville eastbound with an eclectic mix of power shoving - a former WC SD40-2, the Kodachome ex-SOU GP35, and a pristine fo... (more)
W&LE's last remaining Kodachrome unit switches Rook Yard with a former WC SD40-2 as a former Rio Grande tunnel motor hides behind a cut of LPG cars and a spacer car.
An eastbound NS freight passes through the trench on this former PRR mainline as a set of position light signals stand guard in the distance.
The AVR job to Washington, PA switches sand cars at Eighty Four, PA before moving to switch the International Paper warehouse.
The W&LE job from Canton to Brewster passes through the small town of Navarre behind a trio of long hood forward ex-Southern GP35s and the recently acquired Smart Sand CITX SD40-2. The lead unit ... (more)
W&LE train 237 doubles out of the yard at Brewster, seen here at the Alabama Ave. crossing, or as the railroad knows it - SHORBS.