Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Coal Docks, c1938

The Cleveland & Pittsburgh, part of the Pennsylvania Railroad, became the first railroad company to replace wood with coal as a fuel source in 1856. The C&P was Pennsylvania Railroad�s first line to Cleveland and had originally been created to transport passengers, but soon the company was focused on shipping coal. Trains began carrying in coal from the company�s extensive rail network and exchanging it for iron ore from lake freighters.


Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Coal Docks, c1938

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