Built for MP, inherited by UP now working in a great heritage scheme this unit turning back toward Brewster from whence it came.
After a severe thunderstorm knocked down a few trees along the Brewster Sub, 223 gets back up to speed with a trio of tigers just as the sun came out for a brief moment to create some sweet storm ... (more)
A trio of WE units lead freight train 223 west as they pass the grain silos south of Dalton.
On a pleasant Spring afternoon, eastbound Wheeling train No. 90 rolls into Hartland Yard for a crew change and work as a westbound hopper train idles on the adjacent track.
On a mild Summer's day, a Wheeling & Lake Erie train eases eastward into the Hartland Terminal in Collins, Ohio with former a UP SD40-2, which is now painted in Rio Grande colors.
The 615 11am crew out of Rook Yard is given the assignment of running as a turn to Westland on this storm-filled Tuesday. Here, the crew shoves down the "new" Westland Branch a couple mi... (more)
WE 223 backs down the connection at Bellevue for the Sandusky District, where they will proceed north once the train is completely wyed. This train contains two unique locomotives "BoBo" and one o... (more)
A combined 521/625 returns to Brewster after doing a little industry work on the Asylum Lead in Navarre. Consist includes three GP35s and another SD40-2.
The Wheeling yard office at Carey has this nicely matched sign marking the location.
I almost gave up on following this train at Longview, but I'm glad I continued east as this was the last ore train I was able to shoot on the W&LE in 2009.
With the help of lens coatings and a split neutral density filter, the interesting sky retains it's character as the WE 344 passes by this rural scene.
Another load of ore for Baltimore makes its way across Mingo Creek.