Southbound on the Toledo Line at Wapakoneta .
An old school leader leads a southbound past one of the endangered CPL signals on the Toldeo Sub.
Q243 meets Q042 on the south side of Wapak.
These old B&O CPL signals are being replaced in many locations along CSXT tracks as railroads prepare for teh PTC system. Here on the Toledo Sub it seem for now these old relics are safe. At the s... (more)
The skies clear as CSX Q241 makes it way through Wapakoneta. The county court house can be seen in the distance behind the train. Q241 will meet northbound Q512 several hundred yards behind the... (more)
Southbound autoracks head to Louisville through Wapakoneta, Ohio.
Southbound auto train pulls into the siding at Wapakoneta to meet Q500. Wapakoneta is the 1st siding south of Lima enroute to Cincinnati. Ex- B&O CPL's still stand the test of time along this rout... (more)
Southbound S241 takes the siding at the north end of "AK" in Wapakoneta behind a pair of CSX Dash-9's, the leader being the class unit.
The local out of Lima, Ohio heads south through the city of Wapakoneta at the north end of Wapakoneta siding. The Auglaize County courthouse can be seen in the distance.
Q231 is leaving town as they roll south out of Wapakoneta with BNSF 1001 trailing.
On a hot and humid June 12, a southbound unit train of Anhydrous Ammonia passes the B&O depot in downtown Wapakoneta.
A hopper train makes the bend in the middle of Wapak and passes both the dwarf and high CPL signals.
Under partly cloudy skies, CSX & UP GE power lead Q231 south past the former B&O depot near downtown Wapakoneta.
Southbound rack train Q231 passes the south end of "AK" siding on a warm late summer morning.