Fair attendees take a ride on Lorain and West Virginia's fair train pulled by a former C&NW E8.
LWV 101 sits at rest in the Lorain & West Virginia Railway yard in Wellington, Ohio. She is an E8A built in 1950 and currently operated by the L&WV in excursion service.
As the rays of sun glistens off the nose of Lorain West Virginia's E8A backs up the line during its last trip of the day. The Lorain & West Virginia offer rides every 1 1/2 hours during the week o... (more)
The gutted shell of a passenger car sits in front of the LWV 101 E8A locomotive in the Lorain & West Virginia Railway yard. Note: A closer look at the passenger car will reveal the word "Psychotic... (more)
While following a W&LE train earlier in the day I noticed this E unit parked near Route 18. After dark I returned for a very easy night shot - the photo was made with ambient lighting, no flashes... (more)
L&WV 101 has a pretty good retirement. No longer does this ex-C&NW E unit have to push and pull bi-levels in windy city every day. The only task now is to push and pull two cars from Wellington to... (more)
101 drifts south back to fair grounds with the 6 o'clock train, A pan shot tacken at 1/50th f13
This ex-C&NW unit goes through the cornfields of Lorain County while pulling the fair train.
Departing Lorain County Fairgrounds northbound.
Just passing through on Rt. 18 when I spotted this gem.
The crew enjoys the warmth of this fall day.
Experiments in Panning gives us this. Tacken at 1/15th of a secound whlie the train was going 20 mph.
Am I insane? Taking Black and whites in the fall time! Well it worked for Ansel Adams! The orange and reds on some of the tree explain why some of them look ghostly white!
101 skips through the Ohio fall country side.