IBCX Geeps 4618, 7042 and 7076 tie down in "The Cage" at the Camp Chase office on Columbus' west side.
IBCX Geeps 7042, 4618, 7076 and 7225 squeeze into the new Camp Chase shop track on a cold January afternoon.
IBCX 7042 and IBCX 4618 roll west along the Camp Chase Railway with a cut of wheat hoppers for Ardent Mills.
Camp Chase Railway's "Lilly" leads her sister Geeps west across the Little Darby as the oak leaves hang on a bit longer.
Grand Trunk Western 4632 rests in the yard waiting for the next assignment.
A pair of GP9Rms grab a load of cars at Pine Yard.
CAMY 01-18 pauses briefly at the Camp Chase switch on Norfolk Southern's Dayton District before pulling onto home rails.
IBCX 7042 and 7076 spot a small cut of grain hoppers at Ardent Mills on a sunny September afternoon.
IBCX 7076, 7225 and 7042 prepare to drag a cut of storage tankers from the seldom used, rural, western end of the Camp Chase Railway.
GTW GP9R 4632 leads a local west into Pine yard.
IBCX Geeps 7076, 7225 and 7042 trundle across Big Darby Creek on their way through Georgesville, OH.
Relieved of hauling tourists for the time being, Blue Ridge Scenic Railway painted 4631 handles the real money maker, freight.
IBCX GP9R 4618, a freshly rebuilt Geep of GTW and CV heritage, sits in its Camp Chase livery on the property of sister railroad Vermilion Valley, who rebuilt the unit.
Resting and Waiting. GP9 4624 was the first unit painted in the CLNA's new scheme and was the sole unit wearing that scheme for a period of about two years. It sits with its consist near Bi... (more)
IBCX 7042 and CAMY 01-25 stop to work Skinny Siding as a west side skater makes use of the Camp Chase Trail.