Big Power? On the Wheeling? Yes you're seeing it right Wheeling train 228 heads east through Monroeville with two NS ES44DC's This is a common occurrence now that the wheeling hands off an Elkhart... (more)
On a beautiful spring-like day in Northern Ohio, Wheeling & Lake Erie train No. 228 rolls through the small town of Monroeville, Ohio with a clean pair of repaints leading the way east toward Norw... (more)
Eastbound Wheeling & Lake Erie train 228 crosses the Huron River in Monroeville, OH on its way from Bellevue to Brewster. A Wheeling SD40-3 leads a pair of former DRGW 'Tunnel Motors'. In addition... (more)
Nickel Plate S-2 765 is about to pass underneath at Monroeville with a Bellevue - Orrville excursion. The misty morning air picks out both the headlight beam and the oscillating light mounted abov... (more)
A sharp looking trio of Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives lead eastbound No. 228 over the Huron River in Monroeville, Ohio as they make their way toward Hartland Yard.
A rainbow lash up of Wheeling & Lake Erie locomotives lead an eastbound freight over the Huron River at Monroeville on a sunny fall morning.
Bellevue-Brewster mixed freight 222 makes it's way across the Huron River in Monroeville, Ohio behind a colorful trio of locomotives.
Wheeling 3073 East crosses over the frozen Huron River bridge at Monroeville.
With the temperature barley reaching ten degrees, Wheeling & Lake Erie train 224 crosses over the frozen Huron River at Monroeville as it continues east to Hartland Yard.
Nickel Plate Road 765 crosses the West Branch of the Huron River in Monroeville, Ohio, along the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad's former Norfolk and Western mainline. The train is deadheading ho... (more)
WE 6384 leads a healthy string of hoppers east over the swollen Huron River in Monroeville on a beautiful afternoon.
The local out of Bellevue, OH< had to make a stop at Monroeville and pickup this passenger car and 1 unit of the stub track. The trainmaster helped the crew, who stuck the car and unit on the rear... (more)
A Powder River coal train bound for the Warrenton Coal Dock in the Ohio Valley rolls through Monroeville on the Wheeling and Lake Erie.