A former Colorado & Southern SD40-2 awaits a new crew in Akron.
A couple Wheeling SD40-2's, the second still retaining its KCS paint, lead a southbound freight into Akron.
Kodachrome 2662 leads the way south out of Twinsburg.
WE 6354 shoves a stone train through Akron.
#92 splits the semaphores east of IRM.
The Phase II heritage units highballs train #305 by the 1859-built Chicago & Alton station in Lemont.
After working the industries at Argo all night, WC 3018 and EJ&E 666 close in on Glenn Yard as they pass under Route 171.
ATSF 92, WC 7525, CNW 6847 and CB&Q 504 combine to lead the westbound run of the coach train out of the museum. Only the Illinois Railway Museum could come up with a lash-up like this.
CN 5350, a zebra striped SD40-2W, leads the southbound geometry train across the diamonds at JB Tower.
#237 makes its way west through Kidron Station with W&LE's pair of DRGW painted SD40T-2's.
Wheeling train 237 is making its way west out of Brewster. The W&LE's pair of Rio Grande painted tunnel motors look good making way through a 10 MPH speed restriction.
237 heads west out of Brewster with the Wheeling's pair of DRGW painted tunnel motors providing the muscle. The attractive duo are enroute to an interchange with CSX in Willard.
A lineup of goodies rest at the yard in Medina. *Note: All trains are crewless. Photo taken from the crossing.
Six units, with a former EMD demonstrator in charge, power this westbound freight by the elevator in Brighton.
Wheeling & Lake Erie's "Kodachrome" GP35 heads south through Twinsburg, bound for the yard in Akron.