Wheeling 616's rear power passes over the railbanked NS Ellsworth Secondary with the first coke train to Monessen in 6 years.
WE 100 pulls two damaged cars west to Hartland yard after a derailment in Clarksfield, Oh.
Was heading out to Clarksfield in hopes of catching the tunnel motors and I arrive to this mess. The local switching the grain complex put five cars on the ground and tore up the switch. So no tun... (more)
An aggregate train is tied down on the siding at "Rock Cut" just east of Summit Street in Akron. WE 3046 is a somewhat historic unit. It was built in 1965 as EMD 434G, an SD40X demonstrator (pro... (more)
Summer has arrived on the Wheeling's famous east end...
A colorful set of light Wheeling & Lake Erie SD40's (led by WE SD40-3 4001 at the opposite end of the consist) heads back to Brittain Yard, crossing N. Seiberling Street. Only 4001 wears a WE pai... (more)
With a long string of coke hoppers, the crew of Wheeling & Lake Erie 108 slows their train to a crawl as they prepare to shove their train onto the siding at Monessen Junction. These coke cars wil... (more)
Wheeling and Lake Erie's Toledo to Hartland train heads east over the Portage River in Oak Harbor on a picture perfect afternoon.
With 103 empty stone cars in tow, WE 6316 leads 3 other locomotives west as they cross over River Styx Trestle just east of Medina.
A pair of black n' orange Wheeling EMD's bring the northbound 663 local into Streetsboro where they will stop and do some work. In the foreground is the rusty, old milepost for MPQ26.
WE 6310 takes an eastbound high above on the Mingo Creek trestle, but also ducking under Route 43.