An ore train struggles to climb the grade out of Conneaut Harbor with the NS (ex-NKP) viaduct in the background.
A rare trio of SD38s lead a southbound ore train out of the Pittsburgh & Conneaut Dock Company as they traverse alongside Conneaut Creek and below the CSX Lake Route.
NS GP38 5668 in special Operation Lifesaver paint.
906 South departs P&C Docks with 74 cars in bound for the scales at Albion.
Morning 310 East
Local C1J takes a break from switching Conneaut Yard. The Lake Erie District is the only portion of the Pittsburgh Division where high-hood units don't look out of place. The rest of the division ... (more)
A southbound train of stone and ore climbs out of Conneaut Harbor on a beautiful spring morning.
CSX eastbound Q114 rounds a curve on the west side of Conneaut.
After making a pickup in Conneaut, eastbound 310 crosses the former Nickle Plate trestle at 7:41 AM.
A loaded ore train headed south out from the docks of Lake Erie.
Catching the strong rays of the evening sun, sand and smoke give evidence of the struggle to haul ore out of the Lake Erie docks along the twisting profile of Conneaut Creek.
The BLE northbound train slowly pulls along the river and into the ore dock at Conneaut. Before we know it, IC black power will be pulling these trains and the BLE tunnel motors will be gone.