On a beautiful afternoon, NS 19A with NS 8096 leading flies under the CD-253 NYC signal bridge in Port Clinton, OH. These signals will soon fall due to the FRA's SafeTran signal innovation.
A clean and rain-soaked BNSF EMD is on the point of westbound manifest 11T, seen ducking under the triple-track New York Central signal bridge at CP253.
51R blows through Port Clinton on its way west.
An eastbound NS hotshot is lined up main #1 at Port Clinton, CP 253. Ex-New York Central signal bridges can still be found along the Chicago Line from Chicago to Cleveland.
Ex-New York Central signal bridges can still be found along the Chicago Line from Chicago to Cleveland. Here at CP 253 the signal are all red behind a westbound train as a few clouds pass by the a... (more)
Yellow striped plow that indicates 3rd rail clearance shows B23-7 1993 is far from it's Selkirk home as it takes eastbound freight through Ohio