NS high & wide special special 054 shoves back from the Lake Erie District and on to the Youngstown Line, preparing to head south, passing by one of the few Nickel Plate signals left on the line. ... (more)
NS high & wide 054 heads down the Youngstown Line after shoving up the connecting track from the Lake Erie District. The engineer waves from the leading SD40E as they cross over the diamond. <... (more)
A ratty NS SD70 leads NS 14M as it crosses the diamond with the Youngstown Line at the NP Control Point after holding for 206, 22K, and Q355 to pass.Locomotives:NS 2535 SD70UP 8030... (more)
A ratty NS SD70 and a UP GEVO lead manifest freight 14M as it crosses the Ashtabula River and heads east on the Lake Erie District. Locomotives:NS 2535 SD70UP 8030 ES44AC
An NS SD40E leads high & wide special train 054 hauling a unit train of industrial heat exchangers as it crosses over Strong Creek on the trestle in Ashtabula, Ohio. Locomotives:NS 633... (more)
In the darkness before the dawn a fast moving stack train takes the high green eastbound.
On a sunny mid April day, CSXT 3454, then, a new acquisition to CSXT, blows under the QD-126 NYC signal bridge in Ashtabula, OH. Now, most likely, this bridge is currently being cut up in a scrap ... (more)
NS 3435 and NS 5205 sit idling as CSL Frontenac also sits at the Harbor.
CSX Q009, a hotshot intermodal, ducks under the signal bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio just East of Ashtabula Yard.
Three GE's lead Q711 west under the NYC signal bridge at MP 126 in Ashtabula in some sweet evening light.
A pair of former Burlington Northern SD40-2's lead westbound auto rack train Q227 under the NYC signal bridge at MP 126 in Ashtabula.
A dismal day for a dismal looking engine. CR 7814 and a repainted mate are switching Pittsburgh & Lake Erie hoppers at the Lake Erie waterfront in Ashtabula on a dreary March day. This facility ha... (more)
NS First Responder sits tied down at the Ashtabula docks with a string of cars.
A trio of BNSF GE's lead Conway, PA to Buffalo, NY freight train 14M across the Ashtabula River on a beautiful fall afternoon.
The Nickel Plate Road heritage unit heads East over the Ashtabula trestle on the former NKP main line to Buffalo. Work is progressing below on reinforcement of the concrete trestle supports.