A loaded westbound coal train heads downhill and around the curve at the 134 signal bridge.
I remember seeing Soo Line SD60's in Berea when I was really young, so when I heard that one was leading an eastbound ethanol train and was set to run on the former PRR Fort Wayne Line, I knew I h... (more)
A loaded coal train rolls west through Wooster.
A Norfolk Southern SD70ACe hustles a coal drag west under the signal bridge at MP 134.6 in Wooster, OH.
A local based out of Mansfield, OH shoves into an industrial to switch out the business including International Paper.
NS 8100 and 8050 lead empty coaltrain 688 west through Wooster, Ohio on 5/5/12.
Once the Pennsy's mainline to Chicago, the Fort Wayne Line is hard-pressed for traffic these days, rarely seeing any daylight movements. Here's a view of a westbound coal load ducking under the i... (more)
A very late 15V makes it's way west through Wooster, passing beneath a vintage Pennsy signal bridge.
Heritage unit 8098 heads West through the cut at Wooster!
On the point of 578 - the Conrail Heritage unit's first revenue train roars over Apple Creek on the south side of Wooster.
With only a few minutes of shoot able light left before the sun disappeared behind the clouds NS 578 rolls under the PRR Position lights at Wooster Oh.
After lenghty delays in the Pittsburgh area, The Kentucky Derby Special is finally in Ohio, seen here taking the signal at 134.6 on the Fort Wayne Line, it's nice to see some green starting to app... (more)
Early in the Conrail era, a pair of LV U23Bs work with a PC GP35 and GP38 on a coal train near Wooster, OH. K64, Yashica TL Electro-X.
A three builder three roadname lashup, which were quite common in the early days of Conrail, handles a westbound coal train. Kodachrome 64, Yashica TL-Electro X.