NS rack attack number 287 races west across the medium sized trestle in Willoughby.
Here is the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey "red" circus train passing through Willoughby, Ohio on its way to the next "Greatest Show on Earth!"
The always hot Q110 blasts eastbound through Willoughby, splitting the automatic signal brackets at QD 164 with a trio of GE's at the helm.
Q351 leans into the curve at MP 163.7 as it heads for a stop at the Collinwood Yard
Just sitting there on the ex-NYC main, they were, actually lettered, with huge sheet metal skin transplants and rags sealing the rust holes, looking anachronistic and living on borrowed time.
Leader of a four unit set just out in the middle of nowhere on the Water Level Route. That mess behind the steps is rags stuffed into a rusty spot. Must have made it drafty.
L292 heads east over the Chagrin River in Willoughby
This is the angle I fell in the river for about an hour prior to the train showing up. It was about 30 degrees out. I always thought that emblem on the bridge said "Nickle Plate Railroad." Turn... (more)
Norfolk Southern New Engines testing and debugging
Waiting for Empty Coal Hoppers from Loading
New NS9912, 9913 and 9914 (not shown) with GE Test Car
Daily West Bound Coal into the Sunset
NS 9912, 9913, & 9914 with GE Test Car Ashtabula Harbor