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.
The sound of two EMD 645-engines echoes through the farmlands of northeastern Indiana as the Wheeling's two ex-Wisconsin Central SD40-2's (on lease to NS) work hard to get a heavy L96 up the grade... (more)
The last empty ore train from Baltimore crosses the Yough, ending a busy summer for the W&LE's Pittsburgh Subdivision. The Wheeling has been doing trackwork on this line, hopefully it's an indica... (more)
The setting sun cast its rays on the WLE ore train heading west from Baltimore. This will be the last ore train for a while as the contract has ended. Also coming to an end is WB Tower. A new sign... (more)
There aren't many places in Western Pennsylvania where you can shoot a train in full sun after 8PM in August. Fortunately, Mingo Creek is one of those places, as illustrated by a westbound crossi... (more)
WLE 3034, 3046, 7375, 300, 108, and AVR 3003 and 3001 team up to move a huge train of over 100 cars across Sudan Viaduct.
This is part of what makes the W&LE so interesting - you never know exactly what you're going to get. I knew there was going to be an empty ore train running, but the five W&LE and two AVR units ... (more)
14,500 horsepower reply to the engineer's command with a puff of smoke as a huge westbound freight makes its way across yet another small trestle on the former P&WV.
EMD thunder fills the Jacobs Creek Valley as the 3034 leads a train of over 100 cars westbound at Chaintown.
A W&LE ore train rolls east past CSX's WB tower.
An incredible seven unit lashup - with six different paint schemes - crosses the Yough. A combined empty ore train and loaded SWP coal train account for the extra units up front.
Four of a kind - almost! They may not all be painted W&LE, but four black & orange units lead the last ore train upgrade through Castle Shannon. This ore train is shorter than the others which h... (more)