A pair of Cleveland Works Railroad SW1500's pull a train of loaded slab cars out of the eastern yard at the Cleveland Cliffs Cleveland Works steel mill in Cleveland, Ohio. This intra-plant switchi... (more)
A pair of Cleveland Works Railroad SW1500's pull a train of empty gons across the Cuyahoga River lift bridge as they move around the Cleveland Cliffs Cleveland Works steel mill in Cleveland, Ohio.... (more)
Known as "The Crow," the Cleveland Works Railroad services the Cleveland Cliffs (former Arcelor Mittal) steel mills in the industrial flats area south of Cleveland, Ohio. On a sunny Sund... (more)
Known as "The Crow," the Cleveland Works Railroad services the Arcelor Mittal steel mills in the industrial flats area of Cleveland, Ohio. In this view, SW1500 1556 leads a train of stee... (more)
A Cleveland Arcelor Mittal train shoves some empty gons back into the main plant complex.
A Crow SW1001 heads light out of the mill in Cleveland.
Cleveland Works SW1500 1550 heads light into the mill. This railroad is known as "The Crow" and has a awesome looking paint scheme!
A Cleveland Works switcher pulls up to a cut of cars (out of frame) to being its next move.
The engineer on the 25 job closely watches his ground man who is headed to throw the switch ahead. Soon he will get the signal to pull ahead as they work together to yard cars into track 504 for e... (more)
Nightime at the ArcelorMittal Steel, Cleveland Works, Clark Avenue Tower at the Cuyahoga River drawbridge.
There is nothing else I've seen of Man's industrial might more impressive than a blast furnace being tapped. Here we see a line of bottle cars spotted under the cast house, with one being filled ... (more)
Steel Mill railroads waste no time while at work. After picking up a dozen or so loaded hoppers from Norfolk Southern, the "Crow" pushes onward to their next destination inside the mill.
A view that paints a good picture when one thinks about the Steel Mill.
Two CWRO engines head toward Norfolk Southern's Campbell Yard to pick up about a dozen loaded hoppers to be serviced inside the mill.
The most elaborately painted locomotive on the "Crow" and 1 of 2 specially painted Armed Forces tribute locomotives works the 11 job in Seneca Yard