Remnants of the Connotton Valley Railway can still be seen today on W&LE Cleveland Subdivision, now run by the CCR.
The CCR heads north to Cleveland on a beautiful spring day. This small short line operates on some very history-rich rails as can be seen here. The depot that is visible through the trees on the l... (more)
Former MKT and Santa Fe power marches north to Cleveland where the CCR will do their daily switching.
The CCR pulls north across Pettibone Rd in the W&LE's Falls Junction yard. The depot pictured was built in 1883 and serviced freight and passenger operations for the Conotton Valley Railroad. Fall... (more)
The CCR gets ready to put their newest addition in the fleet to work, shoving scrap loads up the steep grade at E. 65th street.
A rare paint scheme cloaks the CCR's newest addition to the fleet as the crew inches their scrap train down to the stop signal at the diamond. This is where the old Erie mainline crosses the Norfo... (more)
The two units lettered and numbered for the CCR head north light on former N&W rails at the Broadway Avenue grade crossing.
With the CHBR 2369 now up at the port of Cleveland, the CCR's duties are left to the 2372 and 2377, seen here starting across Broadway Avenue with a short train of gondolas for FPT.
After striking out on the NS Cleveland Line, I ended up getting lucky with the CCR's northbound movement to Cleveland. Here the train is pulling up to E. 93rd St. to set off three gondolas on the... (more)
The conductor of the Cleveland Commercial Railroad Cleveland turn rides the pilot of their leased switcher to throw a switch to bring a cut of gons out of a siding and up into a local junkyard. T... (more)