Wheeling's Ohio Bicentennial unit sits in the yard in Canton.
WLE 200 sits among a morass of tank cars in Canton.
WE 200 is in charge of 663 at Kent Ohio coming out of the curve,
The Wheeling's Ohio Bicentennial unit leads local 690 south through Canton during April of 2006. At "Sandy" they'll leave the Cleveland Sub and continue south on the Sandy Branch. WE 200... (more)
The Eastbound Wheeling and Lake Erie transfer from NS sits on the main at Yeomans, crewless, with the special Ohio Bicentennial GP35 on the point.
WE 200, 100 and two SD40-2's sit in front of the yard office at Rook waiting for a crew from Brewster to show up and take the train west.
The once a week local to Carrolton Ohio is seen passing the 1880 built Osnaburg depot.
WE 200, the Ohio Bicentennial unit, setting in the I&O Ford Park yard at Lima, OH
Z430 leaves CSX rail with a visitor in tow (Chicago, Fort Wayne & Eastern 3884), as Q167 waits at CP 47 for traffic and M of W equipment to clear, before proceeding west.
Wheeling train 431, becomes CSX Z431-31, as it leaves its own rail to head west, via trackage rights over CSX with a short mixed freight.
The empty Niles coal train heads west.
A special passenger train on the URR with WE power cutting thru Limestone Cut.