Three Bessemer motors accelerate on the point of an ore train departing the P&C Docks in Conneaut, as seen from atop Route 20.
This scene along Conneaut Creek is anything but peaceful as three Bessemer workhorses pull a loaded ore train out of the docks after bringing an empty train north earlier this morning. This was th... (more)
A loaded Bessemer iron ore train heads south along Conneaut Creek, beginning it's near 150 mile journey to the Pittsburgh area.
A freshly painted #5245 and a drab looking #3446 (SD40-2) at rest in the NS yards.
After bringing empty hoppers northbound into Conneaut, the morning road crew gets their return trip to Greenville underway, rolling under the sizable NKP trestle over the Conneaut Creek.
Three tunnel motors rebuilt to conform with Tier III emission standards crawl south along Conneaut Creek at a snail's pace with a decent sized ore train in tow.
A trio of Bessemer Tunnel Motors haul an empty string of hoppers north alongside Conneaut Creek after waiting at Old Main Street for BLE 868 to finish up some switching moves in the yard.
After waiting in the siding for 14M and 310 to pass, rack train 287 gets back underway, stomping across the NKP trestle over Conneaut Creek and the B&LE right-of-way.
Westbound intermodal train 205 passes the old NKP signals on the east side of Conneaut Creek Trestle.
A C39-8 leads eastbound 206 over the NKP trestle in Conneaut.
NS train 205 heads west on the ex-NKP, just west of Conneaut.
Westbound 205 crosses Conneaut Creek on the old NKP Trestle.
BLE 866 leads 3 sisters southbound out of Conneaut as a little bit of color on the trees hangs on.