With its call time being pushed back to 1400 hrs, one can once again shoot the Wheeling & Lake Erie's Brewster to Willard train, No. 237, in daylight along the entire length of its run. Last night... (more)
A westbound rock train comes off the WLE connection at New London and on to the CSX main towards Willard, Ohio.
An assortment of EMD products head west through New London on a muggy afternoon.
Six SD40's of various flavors are in charge of a westbound W&LE freight as the crew ties the train down in New London, OH.
Late fall colors give way to bare trees a sure sign of winter in a couple of months. Here we see 4509 head train symbol 223B a Wheeling and Lake Erie train South/ Southwest through New London Ohi... (more)
A veteran CSX SD50 leads Q225 west through New London on old Big 4 trackage
Empty trash train Q711 emerges from thick fog west of New London, Ohio.
Wheeling 2651 leads a westbound extra between Spencer and New London on the Carey Sub. The former SOU GP35 was working mighty hard with a good sized train, all of it headed to Plymouth, OH for int... (more)
A Wheeling and Lake Erie empty stone train makes an appearance during an afternoon rush of trains on the CSX Greenwich sub at mile 50. Being from northeastern Pennsylvania, it sure was a treat to ... (more)
CSX Q357-25 with 7 new FEC GEVO's in tow (810, 807, 811, 802, 801, 800 & 813) is rolling into New London, OH on their way to Willard where another train will forward them south to their new home i... (more)
A matching pair of black n' orange Wheeling motors lead a westbound mixed freight onto the CSX Greenwich Subdivision in New London, Ohio.
A nice pair of YN2 GEs lead a stack train eastbound into some sweet morning sunlight at the New London Reservoir.
Early morning at the New London reservoir finds an eastbound oil train with a trio of UP units, led by a rather rare AC6000.
Q357-19 makes its way west with two UP engines, and seven new BNSF deliveries in the consist. Road numbers of the deliveries in order on the train are: 8010, 8016, 8014, 8013, 8017, 8015, and 80... (more)