Republic Steel EMD switchers work their way around the steel mill in Cleveland, Ohio in September 1981. A molten metal car is in the foreground.
Penn Central F7A 1509 (former PRR 9809A) with Penn Central F7A 1646 (former NYC 1646) Photo from my collection, no photographer's name listed on slide.
Northern Ohio was the final home for many of Conrail's inherited F-units. This trio of ex-NYC F7s headed up a westbound freight at Collinwood Yard outside Cleveland.
The month of March is going out like a lion in northeast Ohio as three to five inches of snow has fallen overnight covering the area. Pottersburg, OH to North Bergen, NJ rack train Q262 pops out o... (more)
A Cleveland Arcelor Mittal train shoves some empty gons back into the main plant complex.
A short local job rolls east past the former power plant at MP 184 in Cleveland's Battery Park neighborhood.
A Crow SW1001 heads light out of the mill in Cleveland.
The S&A heritage unit leads NS 21Q west into Cleveland, rounding the s-curve at 26th St.
Having dumped their loads for the Jones & Laughlin steel furnaces, hoppers are now being returned by the Cuyahoga Valley to interchange connections. Soon they will be back at the mines.
Hot Steel Coming Through!
Cuyahoga Valley SW8 802 pulls a couple of cars of molten steel through the Jones & Laughlin steel mill in Cleveland. The long-gone Clark Avenue bridge, c... (more)
Ingots, Ingots, Everywhere
Or, more correctly, ingot molds. The Cuyahoga Valley, not to be confused with the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic, was a steel mill switching road owned by Jones ... (more)
Chesapeake & Ohio GP9 6064 works one of Chessie’s yards in Cleveland, Ohio.
FIRR 1202 rests underneath RTA tracks in Cleveland.
Cleveland Works SW1500 1550 heads light into the mill. This railroad is known as "The Crow" and has a awesome looking paint scheme!
Flats Industrial SW1200 1202 rests in Cleveland. This appears to be a former Lake Terminal unit.