Rounding the elevated curve at Jewett, OH the 213 is a little more than an hour away from its destination of Wheeling and Lake Erie's Brewster Yard.
Loaded AEPX coal train 328 heads east at twin tunnels Oliver and Hunter at New Alexandria, Ohio. The train runs with power on both ends due to several reverse operations from the load out at Mille... (more)
This was a lashup of lashups for the Wheeling. 10 locomotives and 88 cars made up the WE213. This train originates at Rook Yard in Greentree, PA and then usually stops at Mingo Jct Yard on its way... (more)
Both of Wheeling and Erie's Ex D&RGW tunnel moters wait for a crew to come on duty to take the train west towards Brewster. That crew would not come onto duty until well after dark.
A wide angl... (more)
The last painted Kodachrome engine on the WE lay's over at Rook yard coupled to another high hood 35.
The second run of the Orrville Railroad Historical Society special from Orrville to Lodi is heading back to Orrville in this view south of Creston.
A set of Wheeling & Lake Erie SD40-2's power Q241 South towards Toledo after making a lengthy pick up at TDSI New Boston. Odd to see these 2 WE units on one of the hot auto rack trains from Detroi... (more)
A crew works Rook Yard with a set of remote controlled SD40-3s on an Autumn morning.
WLE 213 occupies the main track while the power for today's 610 local sits on the adjacent track.
Three Wheeling units lug a heavy stone train eastbound towards Spencer, photographed a few miles south of Rochester, OH, around sunset.
Empty coke rolls past the restored Avella depot and caboose at a good clip. Recent track work has allowed the W&LE to increase speeds on the former P&WV, offering a reminder that this line was on... (more)
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train out of Brunswick Yard running opposite main on track 2. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
With a length of only 371', I believe this is the shortest tunnel on the former P&WV.
WLE 6351 leads an empty ore train over the Potomac River out of Harpers Ferry tunnel. Behind the leader are two DRGW tunnel motors 5413 and 5391.
With matching ex-Wisconsin Central SD40-2's for power, L96 pulls a cut of cars to the east end of the yard as they build their train for the return to Fort Wayne.