Waiting on a Crew Near Norwalk

WE and field-x

I was driving to Bellevue one afternoon earlier this summer. After going around Norwalk on U.S. 20, I could see a train on the nearby Wheeling & Lake Erie. It was the first time I had seen a train at this location.

I turned down the next crossroad, which turned out to be Halfway Road. Question: What is it halfway between?

The side-to-back lighting was brutal. There was no crew aboard the train that I could tell.

I liked the rural nature of the scene and how the train stretched out to the west amid open fields. Sometimes a scene is just too good to pass up.

Article and Photograph by Craig Sanders

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One Response to “Waiting on a Crew Near Norwalk”

  1. Dennis Says:

    Halfway Road is halfway between Norwalk and Monroeville. Stop 202 on the Lake Shore Electric that ran down the North side of Rt20

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