This is a very confusing photograph if it actually depicts Cleveland. There are two rail lines that cross where the switcher is. There is no crossing protection visible, though it could be a smash board or gate behind the locomotive. .The gully is too narrow to be the Cuyahoga, The gully is spanned by a single track line, so it is not the Lake Shore main. The through truss to the left of the photo rules out the Lake Shore main, as I never saw one of those on their line through Cleveland. The lack of structures in the background would indicate we are looking toward Lake Erie, but it could be a heavy air pollution day. I want to say this is where the Wheeling and Newburg & south Shore crosses, but both the bridges there were deck girders.