A Wheeling and Lake Erie empty stone train makes an appearance during an afternoon rush of trains on the CSX Greenwich sub at mile 50. Being from northeastern Pennsylvania, it sure was a treat to ... (more)
A colorful set of light Wheeling & Lake Erie SD40's (led by WE SD40-3 4001 at the opposite end of the consist) heads back to Brittain Yard, crossing N. Seiberling Street. Only 4001 wears a WE pai... (more)
A set of Wheeling & Lake Erie SD40-2's power Q241 South towards Toledo after making a lengthy pick up at TDSI New Boston. Odd to see these 2 WE units on one of the hot auto rack trains from Detroi... (more)
The Wheeling stone train awaits a crew by the AC&Y interchange at Summit Street with a former KCS SD40-2 on the point.
Like so many other locations along the W&LE's east end, this spot is being rapidly overgrown by trees and weeds. Surrounded by the encroaching vegetation and PAT's South Busway, 6349 heads east w... (more)
As the afternoon sun sinks lower and lower, the W&LE finally gets access to the yard after waiting on a couple of CSX freights to clear.
High above the backyards of Banning, a short W&LE freight rolls eastbound towards the CSX interchange in Connellsville.
It's a straight shot through Bruceton today, since there's no work to be done at the AVR interchange.
Ever since taking a photo from this spot on a cloudy afternoon in December 2005, I'd wanted to come back and try it again on a sunny day. Nearly four years later, it all worked out, resulting in ... (more)
6349 emerges from the woods and enters a sharp S curve in Gastonville.
Looks like it's been a few years since the old red Mack truck has turned a wheel. Fortunately, things are much livelier on the east end of the W&LE these days!