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Cleveland Commercial Railroad Train at Scrap Yard (editor's title)

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Cleveland Commercial Railroad freight train at the FPT scrap yard in Cleveland, Ohio, where automobiles from the government's "cash for clunkers" program are being scrapped in the background. The CCR operates over 35 miles of trackage in northeast Ohio, including 25 miles of the former Erie Railroad mainline between Cleveland and Aurora. Its two locomotives, including SW1500 no. 1185, are supplied by Larry's Truck and Electric in McDonald, Ohio.
Source Henry A. Koshollek, Madison, Wisconsin
Coverage Spatial, Cleveland, Ohio; Temporal, August 12, 2010
Rights Henry A. Koshollek
Date Created 2010-08-12
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Extent 12.3 megapixel RAW file
Depicted Railroad
Location Cleveland, Ohio
Train Type Freight train
Equipment, Locomotive SW1500 no. 1185
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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