Tunnel motor pair WE 5319 and 5413 race west across the W&LE Pittsburgh Sub through a soggy Mon Valley across the many bridges on the East End, one here at Zippay Road just outside of Charleroi PA... (more)
A pair of Rio Grande tunnel motors brings cars west across the Sudan Trestle from Connellsville bound for Rook yard in Green Tree PA.
Warm weather has finally arrived in Northern Ohio and the call time for the Wheeling's westbound Brewster-Willard train 237 has been moved to 1400 hrs, like it used to be. With the sunsets getting... (more)
Wheeling train 223 is on the final stretch of its run from Brewster to Hartland as it rolls through the Sunrise Cooperative complex at Clarksfield, Ohio with Rio Grande Tunnel Motor No. 5391 leadi... (more)
Wheeling & Lake Erie train 237 charges west along some code line near Smithville, Ohio with two Tunnel Motors doing the honors.
Peak Fall color arrived later than usual this year in Northern Ohio and this is evident in this scene which depicts Wheeling & Lake Erie train 237 working west near Dalton, Ohio with one of the ra... (more)
Wheeling's daily Willard-Brewster mixed freight is seen just past yard limits with a colorful trio for power.
Wheeling & Lake Erie train 237 climbs upgrade west of Spencer, Ohio with Tunnel Motor No. 5391 leading the way, still wearing its original Rio Grande paint. The train is en route to Willard with 5... (more)
Waiting to get through Bellevue to make it to their final destination of Toledo.
A rare morning run of 224(CN Lang Yard - Brewster) eases its way east through West Clarksfield with an extremely color lash up. WE 5391 EMD SD40T-2 , WE 6316 EMD SD40-2 , WE 6387 EMD SD40-2.
D&RGW DVROM is ready to depart North yard for Roper shortly after sunset, in actuality WE 213 is built up and ready to depart Rook for Brewster with the WE's 2 ex-DRGW tunnel motors. The crew went... (more)
213 is tied down at rook yard with the Rio Grande twins up front.
NO need to explain this one.... but Rio Grande all the way!
The sun has yet to shine on this pair of former D&RGW Tunnel motors as they along with a SD40-3 cousin smoke it up eastbound with a string of loaded hoppers full of coke on a early summer morning.