WM 5956 and B&O caboose C-2851 sit in the morning sun in front of the ex-B&O freight house. Both the GP-9 and the caboose are in almost new Chessie System paint. Today the WM 5956, B&O C-2851, the... (more)
The famed Conrail Heritage unit is on the point of loaded coal train 578 as it soars over the Tuscarawas River in Massillon, quickly approaching CP Mace.
Norfolk Southern's first heritage unit, Conrail 8098, leads a coal drag through Massillon on what seems to be a early summer day in Ohio.
Coal drag 578 swings through the truss bridge in Massillon with six AC units on the point, the lead engine being the freshly released Conrail heritage unit on its first day of road service.
It's a June morning in Massillon, Ohio, and a late westbound Broadway Limited races towards MACE tower after crossing the Tuscarawas River. This shot can't be repeated as taken because the Broadwa... (more)
CR 6356 heads a westbound Conrail freight across the Tuscarawas River in Massillon, Ohio. So much of this photo cannot be repeated. The middle of three lines (now removed) to the right of CR cros... (more)
Unrepainted NYC 8067 is switching the small yard just north of MACE tower (The roofline is visible over the second gondola.) in this early Penn Central photo. How strange it was to see a Baldwin R... (more)
For a while it was not uncommon to find a Chessie System locomotive near where MACE tower once stood or where the old B&O freight house once stood.
Sometimes it's the totality of a shot that makes it special. Here we have CR helpers (leased PNC 1506 and CR 7878) at MACE tower in Massillon, Ohio. CR's ex-PRR Fort Wayne line curves westward to ... (more)
Corman train WC01-13 heads south through the interlocking where the B&O Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling Sub (now the Corman line) once crossed the PRR Fort Wayne Line.
The NS Kentucky Derby train is returning east as it crosses the R.J.Corman/Ohio Central at CP Mace. This is where the PRR Ft Wayne line and the B&O CL&W line crossed.
After interchanging with CSX at Warwick,Ohio, the OC steel train heads south.