Patience Was a Virtue

Here is something that took over seven and a half years to get. The first two photos are from September 2012. The 8025 was the first Heritage Unit I got with my new digital camera. It is shown crossing the old Painesville trestle over the Grand River that was built by the Nickel Plate Road.

On Wednesday I saw on that the Monongahela H unit was on the lead of 22K. Patience is a virtue. I got it on the Norfolk Southern bridge over the Grand River in Painesville on the Lake Erie District.

Article and Photograph by Edward Ribinskas

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One Response to “Patience Was a Virtue”

  1. Matthew Orris Says:

    Great picture!!!! I live in Madison Village and its always a nice surprise to catch a heritage unit rolling through on occasion!

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