Ingots, Ingots, Everywhere
Or, more correctly, ingot molds. The Cuyahoga Valley, not to be confused with the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic, was a steel mill switching road owned by Jones ... (more)
J784-12 ascends the hill out of Hamilton with a blizzard fully in effect.
Buffalo-Chicago intermodal 205 crosses into Indiana. While the concrete state line marker has outlived the people who approved and constructed it, I thank them and the NYC for this little touch o... (more)
The snow is falling at a pretty good clip as CSX train Q576-13 passes under the new signal cantilever at Milepost BC 3.1 in Sedamsville on the Indiana Subdivision.
Former Grand Trunk GP9 4444, now owned by MVPX and assigned as the switcher for the Consolidated Terminal and Logistics (CTLC) facility in North Bend, rests under shelter and Old Glory as the snow... (more)
During a calm between snow bursts, L55 rolls across the trough truss bridge over Walnut Creek and into the metropolis of Ashville.
During a heavy burst of snow, 11G heads westward creating a blizzard in its wake.
L55 switching the grain elevator behind the preserved Norfolk & Western Depot.
A former Southern Geep waits at Ashville Ohio in a burst of snow as Intermodal train 274 blasts east.
CSXT 572 hustles empty coal hoppers eastward at the east end of Robbins center siding.
Having serviced a warehouse on the cities south side, the crew of the 4139 return to Harding Ave. to retrieve the rest of their train. This is the former location of the B&O depot where the DT&I p... (more)
CCET 5895 and 2807 split the retired signals at South Milford on the former N&W Peavine on a beautiful but cold December morning.
The last train of the day, an empty crude from Reybold, DE doing every bit of 60mph, hot on the heels of an auto rack train.
It was great to re-visit my old stomping grounds. The last time I lensed the OH/IN State Line, it was a Conrail SD80MAC leading ELPI-B shortly before the split.