CSX auto racks pass through Hiles at the former AC&Y, , now Wheeling junction on a fine fall afternoon.
Z430 leaves CSX rails with a visitor in tow (Chicago, Fort Wayne & Eastern 3884), as Q167 waits at CP 47 for traffic to clear up, due to MOW making the line single tracked
Q377 knocks down CP 47, with the clean pair of UP ACe's that pulled the red Barnum & Bailey Circus train east two days prior.
Z430 leaves CSX rail with a visitor in tow (Chicago, Fort Wayne & Eastern 3884), as Q167 waits at CP 47 for traffic and M of W equipment to clear, before proceeding west.
A rail train rolls east with a clear signal at CP 49, powered by a weathered slug set.
Whose railroad is this? Q380 sports BNSF power most of the time, but today they mixed things up a little. If it weren't for the reflective lettering catching the sun the 4934 would look almost c... (more)
One of the massive 6,000 hp SD90 MAC's single handedly pulls a 94 car W&LE coke train toward Willard, and ultimately to CN's Lang Yard, via CSX trackage. These heavyweights look more at home on ... (more)
Wheeling & Lake Erie 5391, an ex-DRGW SD40T-2, leads Z577-18 up onto CSX trackage, as it heads toward Willard with 32 cars.
Wheeling train 431, becomes CSX Z431-31, as it leaves its own rail to head west, via trackage rights over CSX with a short mixed freight.
On the last day of August, the sky is already full of the large billowy mixed clouds typical of the fall, in northern Ohio. Q380, with a nice pure BNSF consist rolls east past the New London Rese... (more)
Q115 is seen from the new overpass being built over CP 47 where the Wheeling & Lake Erie Carey Subdivision uses trackage rights to run over the Big Four to Greenwich.
Sunrise on Wheeling's Carey Subdivision where they get on the CSX Greenwich Subdivision and use trackage rights from CP 47 to Boyd.
A new ACe leads trailers east on the former Big Four route.
This train usually has UP power, but no complaints this day with an ex Conrail up front.