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Cleveland Commercial Railroad Conductor with Wheeling and Lake Erie Locomotives (editor's title)

Cleveland Commercial Railroad conductor standing between Wheeling and Lake Erie diesel locomotives.
Nate Mazo, a freight train conductor for the Cleveland Commercial Railroad (CCR), stands between Wheeling & Lake Erie (W&LE) diesel locomotives on two tracks at Solon, Ohio. CCR regularly uses W&LE power for its long trains of scrap metal, which are usually between 40 and 65 cars. The CCR operates over 35 miles of track in northeast Ohio, interchanging with the W&LE at Solon. Mazo joined the CCR in early 2008.
Source Henry A. Koshollek, Madison, Wisconsin
Coverage Spatial, Solon, Ohio; Temporal, August 13, 2010
Rights Henry A. Koshollek
Date Created 2010-08-13
Resource Type
Extent 12.3 megapixel RAW file
Depicted Railroad
Location Solon, Ohio
Depicted Occupation
Train Type Freight train
Equipment, Locomotive GP35 no. 106 and SD40-2 no. 6351
Builder, locomotive General Motors, Electro-Motive Division
Creator Description Henry A. Koshollek, a photojournalist, worked for the Capital Times in Madison, Wisconsin, from 1977 to 2008. He received a master's degree in art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991.
Collection Henry A. Koshollek Collection
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