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)
CVL 4099 RS-3 is wearing her slightly modified D&H paint scheme which now reads "Cuyahoga Valley Line" and the CVL wording in the D&H emblem. A Randy Faris photo, from my collection.
The regular scenic train heads south ahead of the NKP 765 led special.
CVL 4070 pulls its train under the Chessie System mainline bridge in order to clear the east end of the Akron Yard wye track. Then it will back up and come forward on the west track in order to wy... (more)
CVL 4070 (ex-GTW 4070) is steaming south on the CVL just before it passes under the Ohio Route 82 bridge.
CVL 4070 waits to pull forward to pick up passengers for the late summer northbound (afternoon) train. This line is now used by the CVSR.
Cuyahoga Valley Line 4070 (ex-GTW 4070) is seen from above where the now CVSR tracks pass under the "Y"-Bridge in Akron, Ohio. Soon it will cut off from the train and wye at the Chessie System yar... (more)