The overcast skies that haunted Cleveland all day cleared off to the west just in time to provide some golden lighting for 67W at Battery Park.
In the faint glimmer of last light, loaded coal train 692 zips across the Cuyahoga River on Drawbridge 1 with a pair of veteran EMD's on the point.
Remnants of the Connotton Valley Railway can still be seen today on W&LE Cleveland Subdivision, now run by the CCR.
Hotshot intermodal train 229 shoots across the trestle spanning the Cumberland River on the approach to the crew change point at Burnside.
Hotshot 217 breaks the silence of the night at Big Four Tunnel #1. Leading the way is the Delaware, Lackawanna an Western heritage unit, NS 1074. A big thanks goes out to more)
Starting October off the right way. Just moments before the shadows take over the scene, the tail end of crude oil train Z4R hits the Cleveland Drawbridge with the Reading heritage unit in DPU se... (more)
N&W lives on.
Manifest 145 rolls off the Cleveland Drawbridge in the Flats with a veteran GE providing the sole power.
A deadhead move of the NS office car special rolls off the former New York Central drawbridge at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland.
NYLE 6758 (originally built as CN 6702) pulls a short excursion back to the station at South Dayton on the Erie Railroad's former B&SW Division. With freight traffic dwindling within recent years... (more)
After departing Clark Avenue Yard for Lester, D741 eases up to the interlocking with NS at RX, passing by CSI at left.
Q357 is waiting to depart once Q268 comes in off the high side to do their work in Collinwood Yard.
Sometimes you just get lucky. As this vehicle train was getting back underway at Edelstein, the sun happened to pop out from behind the tail end of cloud cover from the eastward moving series of ... (more)
A small fireworks show takes place just beyond the railroad park at Rochelle on America's 237th birthday.
The Cleveland Skyline towers over 17N as it thunders across Drawbridge 1 at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River.