Out on the ex C&O mainline near Fostoria, the CSX Columbus Sub still retain classic C&O era colour lights along certain parts of the division. Here, CSXT 456 leads an empty grain train south under... (more)
A long train of sand slowly creeps south from Fostoria on the columbus subdivision. The train will stop at the end of the double track to wait on a northbound.
The OC (Ohio Central) turn to CSX Parsons Yard, lead by OC 3303, makes its afternoon run through the former Scioto Interlocking, now LM Cabin, just west of downtown Columbus, OH. This area was not... (more)
A CSX grain train that originated in Hamler, Ohio is seen passing the C&O cantilever signal bridge at Onion.
CSX Toledo to Columbus freight Q637 ducks under what was one of the last intermediate cantilever signals on the former C&O. After controlling the passage of trains battling Powell Hill powered by ... (more)
An empty coal train heads east under the westward C&O cantilever signal bridge at Onion. The eastward signals at this control point have already been converted to the new style signals.
The holiday morning brought a lengthy northbound manifest through Delaware. This location is the former site of a diamond between the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C&O) and the Cleveland Cincinnati... (more)
Engine 5458 sits on a side track awaiting its next assignment while an EMD leader hustles some empties south on track 1. The tracks in the foreground allow interchange with the Wheeling & Lake Eri... (more)
An intermodal train throttles up as it crosses the Olentangy River and leaves downtown Columbus. This part of the former C&O still retains a couple original eastbound signals on main 2.
A fortuitous break in the clouds allows some sunlight to shine on one of the crude oil trains that the former C&O has recently become known for.
A southbound grain train passes through a C&O landscape.
With crews lawing out around Columbus as a result of the winter delays, a grain train is forced to idle away in a spot not often used for stopping trains in northern Columbus.
A lone EMD leads a train past "West End Linworth."
An executive leader moves some oil under a classic C&O signal bridge. These signals and associated code line can still be found along the former C&O north of Columbus, OH.
With one of the coldest days on record being reached, a lone YN2 standard cab does the honors on a northbound freight. Here it is knocking down the C&O survivor known as MP 13.