Trackside with Leviathan on Saturday


Akron Railroad Club members Edward Ribinskas and Jeff Troutman journeyed to Wellington on Saturday along with two other friends to photograph the Leviathan 63, which was pulling excursions on the former Lorain & West Virginia Railroad.

Levithan is a replica of a Central Pacific 4-4-0 that operated in the 19th century. Built by Kloke Locomotive Works, it tours the country and offers a glimpse of 19th century locomotive power.

Photographs by Edward Ribinskas





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One Response to “Trackside with Leviathan on Saturday”

  1. locoyard Says:

    Reblogged this on Loco Yard and commented:
    Some fantastic pictures here of a classic American locomotive!

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