RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 5659 Canadian National Railway EMD SD75I at Delaware, Ohio by Andy Leffler
 
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Canadian National Railway (more..)
EMD SD75I (more..)
CSX Columbus Line Subdivision (more..)
Delaware, Ohio, USA (more..)
September 06, 2017
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CN 5659 (more..)
CSX K439-05 (more..)
Andy Leffler (more..)
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A foreign visitor leads an ethanol train down the now infrequently used CSX Columbus Line (former Conrail Burt Line) and past the 118 signals. There are still plenty of G-type signals to be had on the line, but catching a train by them is another story.
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