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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.
A pair of CP units lead 149 across the former NKP drawbridge in Cleveland. 149 has replaced 145 between Buffalo and Belletucky.
Autumn colors in Cleveland Metroparks looking south
same spot as other Cleveland Metropark photo just other side of bridge
The Central of Georgia heritage unit and EMDX 2012 team up to power 11V westbound towards Bellevue. Here they are crossing the Cleveland Drawbridge, and note the old PRR dwarf signals on the leads for Whiskey Island.
Autumn colors in the Cleveland Metroparks looking north
A very late Capitol Limited makes a smoky departure from Cleveland as it heads east up the Cleveland Line at East 26th Street.
On a bitterly cold January day, Toledo-Buffalo UPS train 26R passes through Cleveland with a veteran GP38-2 leading the way.
Taken from the Westside of the Flats ... Same place Margaret Bourke-White once shot Cleveland from.. But they didn't have as many jet plane contrails in 1928.
I just love the way the contrails criss-crossed the sky over the city...
Click HERE for Bourke-White's Photo.
A blast furnace is one of the first steps of the integrated steel making process. Here, raw iron ore and coke are converted into molten metal.
Here's a fun fact I bet you didn't know : Rust runs in Paco's blood. My entire career has been spent working within the steel industry.
The Arcade in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, is a Victorian-era structure of two nine-story buildings, joined by a five-story arcade with a glass skylight spanning over 300 feet (91 m), along the four balconies. Erected in 1890, at a cost of $867,000, the Arcade opened on Memorial Day (May 31, 1890), and is identified as one of the earliest indoor shopping malls in the United States. The Arcade was modified in 1939, remodeling the Euclid Avenue entrance and adding some structural support.(From Wikipedia)
Part of the redevelopment of Cleveland Point. Is it any wonder that this is a popular spot.. yes I know that there is no one in this shot but it was the coldest morning of the year so far. 1 degree... and it WAS before the sun came up :)
There is a seafood restaurant around to the right of this shot that also sells fish and chips, so you can sit here in this park and enjoy a beautiful sea breeze on a hot balmy night or on a gorgeous winter's day. The famous lighthouse is behind where I stood to take this shot.
I have also written a guide to photographing this very popular part of the world. Please feel free to take a look and comment :)
309 passes through downtown Cleveland with the recently acquired SD40-2 number 3528 leading the way. This unit was originally built as BN 7149 in 1979 and later converted into one of their two experimental liquified natural gas units, along with the 7890. Even after the merger with the ATSF and Helm Leasing's acquisition of the engine, the 7149 remained in the special LNG scheme, albeit tattered, until becoming a part of the NS roster and being repainted early this year.
Here is a piece that I donated to the Andrea Rose Teodosio Foundation for the "Angel Art Auction", 2/2/2017 at the John S. Knight Center.
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I felt fortunate to be able to enjoy such a wonderful sunset my only evening in Cleveland.