The Midwest Chapter of the NRHS's annual charter crosses the River Styx Trestle on the old Akron, Canton & Youngstown Railroad (current Wheeling & Lake Erie Akron Subdivision) with an interesting ... (more)
Light engines head for Monessen to pick up coke (presumably). The lead engine, WE 300, is quite possibly the most God-awful ugly engine ever seen.
Wheeling & Lake Erie 708 passes through the interesting track layout at RD Tower, at the junction of the NS Beltline, the CSX Valley Line, and the CSX Cleveland Sub.
NS 708, the Wheeling and Lake Erie coke train, heads across the diamonds with CSX's Valley line where RD Tower once stood. A three train meet would take place here (believe it or not) with 708 he... (more)
The Midwest Chapter of the NRHS annual charter rolls through the scenic city of Kent. The special ran from Glen Willow to Medina and back on W&LE trackage. Note, the connection to the right leads ... (more)
The 'DVE building towers over Rook and this pair of geeps parked next to the yard office.
They didn't wear the flashiest paint scheme, but under the right conditions these GP38s didn't look half bad.
With a 5PM call time at Rook, the Wheeling's 392 is best photographed on the longer days of the year. 392 is eastbound through Castle Shannon at 6:19.
A broadside view provides a good illustration of the similarities between W&LE and D&RGW paint schemes.
Helpers on yet another W&LE slab train work west on the old P&WV as sunshine and blue skies return to the Pittsburgh area.
416's rear helpers on the Speers trestle.
W&LE 103 and 302 pass over one of the lines many trestles.
Z416's helper set smokes it up heading out of town.
Z416's helper rolls towards the rear of the slb loads ahead.