2 Wheeling units, in DRGW livery cross over the Parkway West on the former N&W trestle, still displaying most of the N&W railway sign, on their way to the relatively new Westland Branch.
AVR with a WE leader brings 56 Cars back to Glenwood Yard from the NS.
AVR3 Make a Rare unusual move on Saturday with WE power to 84 PA to pick up and drop off some sand hoppers.
WE 303 is tied down at Rook yard still proudly displaying its Rio Grade paint scheme.
The "fresh" crew for the 663 has their train sitting at the northern yard limits of Falls Junction awaiting the crew van to pick up the original crew.
Wheeling engines 303, 305, 6349, 110 and 102 lug a lengthy 663 south on the Cleveland Subdivision just outside of Streetsboro.
Mike and I heard the Wheeling on the radio and scurried over to find him. Unfortunately it was only a pair of light engines but I'd say this shot turned out fine regardless. This locale was one i... (more)
Not many places you can see a lineup like this! Wheeling 303 still in Rio Grande livery is parked with a sister unit while GT 5853 sits tied down on a closer track. The road power from CN 383 whic... (more)
102.5 WDVE Rocks! Perched at the top of Green Tree hill, the studios of the western PA radio heavyweight have a commanding view of Rook Yard, and on this night a pair of Rio Grande a... (more)
Looking more like Colorado than Pennsylvania, a Rio Grande-painted geep leads a westbound coke train out of the Wheeling & Lake Erie's Rook Yard.
One of the shortest trains I've ever photographed, today's 392 has a trio of gons for Mifflin Jct. The train will probably be at least a little bit longer on the return trip because he'll be work... (more)
Lights from nearby Interstate 279 illuminate the night sky above the 303.
Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives 303 and 301 at CP194 in Berea. These units honor their heritage by retaining their D&RGW black and orange paint and lettering.
Denver east? Rook takes on a decidedly western appearance as UP and ex-DRGW power populate the yard.
WE 303, almost looking as if it were still on the Rio Grande