Local power for the east end of the W&LE rests at rook, next to the monument for P&WV employees who served in World War II.
WE 104 sits with the front door open on the lead of a stone train waiting for the crew to return from a visit to the W&LE Medina Office
The 104's conductor prepares to make a cut of the trailing loco. Note the corn all over ground.
Right after 392 departed Rook, this pair of light engines arrived from the west.
WE 391 makes a rare daylight appearance to the SWP interchange in Everson.
W&LE's attractive paint scheme stands out nicely against the barren winter landscape.
Coke train power rests at Rook, 2nd unit is the Wheeling's Akron, Canton, and Youngstown unit.
Flags flutter in the breeze while two GP35s rest at Rook inbetween assignments.
The crew on this train has a phenomonal view as they cross the Sudan Viaduct.
The afternoon coke train rolls across Castle Shannon Viaduct on a picture perfect spring day.
Another great lash-up on the Wheeling including 2695, 6348, 5413 & 3048.
104 Idels in the Yard, next to a Norfolk and Western hopper.