Eastbound oil loads head under the PRR bridges at "Wandle" as the temperature rises to a crisp 20 degrees with windchill. Unfortunately these signals are no longer standing.
On a frigidly cold morning, 92N gets the signal to make a reverse move back into the yard. All of the PRR signals pictured here are unfortunately no longer standing.
Wheeling's Ohio Bicentennial unit sits in the yard in Canton.
WLE 102 and 254 haul a rock train back to Brewster after working National Lime and Stone in Canton, OH. In this photo, they are passing next to MK Morse's plant rather closely as they approach Cle... (more)
An NS local seesaws out of the yard in Canton at CP Fairhope on the Fort Wayne Line. It was nice seeing a caboose/shoving platform in action with classic PRR signals. The crew on the local was in ... (more)
WLE 200 sits among a morass of tank cars in Canton.
A pair of smokin' high hoods make their way west through Canton after working a local industry.
A W&LE job from Canton brings a decent sized cut of empty hopper cars from National Lime and Stone Company towards their yard in Brewster with a nice pair of high hood Geeps.
Eastbound freight 12V has a rolling meet with westbound coal train 776 at "Wandle" on the former PRR mainline. Shots like these are hard to come by given the current traffic volume and p... (more)
Wheeling 107, the Akron, Canton & Youngstown "heritage unit", leads a northbound through Canton at Timken Steel Drive. Trailing are WE 105 (GP35-3) and WE 303 (GP40-3).
Former GM demonstrator 6382 leads train ID 262 through Canton Ohio on the approach to Wandle as it has 10mph speed restriction for the line north of here.
A deadhead Office Car Movement passes under the former PRR Signal bridge in downtown Canton, Ohio as it crosses the W&LE at Wandle
WLE 200 sits with quite a few tanker cars in the yard as it awaits its next assignment.