A Wheeling & Lake Erie manifest heads west out of Akron with former Rio Grande GP40-3 #302 leading. It's seen passing the Akron Symphony on a beautiful Spring afternoon.
Wheeling & Lake Erie 302 and 6967 rolling through Akron Ohio.
643 Pulling out of Rook Yard going to West Land
WE 211 Running to the SWP to drop off some loaded sand hoppers for the new fraking plant. Has the train is going over Mingo Bridge we can see a push pull operation will be done shortly when the ge... (more)
W&LE power starts to shift the former Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel plant in Yorkville as it tip-toes over some rather worn track.
Wheeling train 663 reverses into Aurora Plastics, where it'll drop off some cars before continuing on to Glenwillow.
In this busy scene, the W&LE coke train heads west as it meets the rear end of eastbound 24M (center) and westbound NS 29K (left), which is actually CSX Q229 running on trackage rights toward Chic... (more)
High above the valley and NS's Ellsworth Secondary, a W&LE local heads for Rook with seven cars from Monessen.
A 40 year old GP40 in Denver & Rio Grande Western paint and currently owned by the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway is on the point of an empty coke train
WE 707 awaits to depart Mittal Steel with a nice ex-Rio Grande leader
A pair of ex-Rio Grande GP40's hang out at the W&LE's Rook Yard.
Under ominous skies WE 302 leads W&LE empty coke train Z707 past the largely unused Berea Tower at CP194 on the Norfolk Southern Chicago Line
A pair of W&LE GP40-3 locomotives still in their heritage paint schemes power an eastbound coke train headed for the Big Four connection and Norfolk Southern tracks to Mittal Steel
302 still looks like a Rio Grande unit, only a few stencils and a renumbering reveal that its new owner is the W&LE.