A solitary widecab Dash 8 is all the power required on stack train CSX Q151 headed for Detroit, Michigan
I wish they were still around.
The head end of 15N clears the massive new signal gantry next to the BE Tower at CP194
Q151 prepares to get under way after an unscheduled stop in Berea to allow the crew to investigate a report of dragging equipment under the single locomotive
Q381 passes by the construction site at Front Street in Berea. Now with Q381 terminating at Willard, it is uncommon to see BNSF power on this train lately. Q381 used to run to BNSF in Chicago.
A Canadian Pacific AC4400CW leads ethanol train K632
Patches of frost have yet to be burned away by the early morning sun as a severely discolored BNSF Dash 9 leads CSX Q380
The last remnants of colorful fall foliage are still clinging to the trees near CP194 as NS 16E rolls by
Unit ethanol with plenty of UP power up front
An extremely dirty ES44DC leads Q161 as the train approaches the bridge over Bagley Road in Berea, Ohio
Westbound gondolas bathed in the warm light of the setting sun
A Norfolk Southern autorack train is powered by a single CSXT locomotive on the NS Chicago Line
Even though the bridge is not yet complete, here is the view that the new Front Street bridge will provide. Three Dash-9s wheel a train east and will arrive Parma in a few minutes to do some work.
A venerable Dash 8 leading Q109
S351 passes what used to be a grade crossing as constuction workers continue to build the bridge that will lift Front Street over the tracks