Zanesville-Cambridge turn is westbound near Arch Hill Road nearing its destination in Zanesville.
OHCR 4094 wearing new paint sits on the Blacklick siding, along with a GP10 still wearing the old Ohio Central paint, while the Cemex plant glows in the background.
The innovative management of AOK has had to make business where there was none. Oklahoma coal mining is having a resurgence and the explosion (literally) of the gas industry has led to the const... (more)
An up and coming, friendly, and mileage-wise large railroad which is finding traffic where the big boys can't. Here an EB train is nearing the large unloading facility for "fracking" sand with an... (more)
Ohio Central 4094 and 4098 return from Joyce Iron & Metal down a remnant of the former CA&C. No less then 5 paint schemes are worn by the OC's 9 Super 7's, with 4094 getting it's colors from the s... (more)
P&W Train NR2 heads back out the Main.
A local works on the siding just west of Coshocton, as the paper mill in the background releases some steam.
After doing some work at Joyce Iron & Metal, the ECL heads back to the main, with the first Ohio Central engine painted in the G&W paint scheme.
Heading towards Newark, the ECL made up of two Super 7's, 4095 in as acquired paint, while 4099 wears new G&W paint. The rest of the power is two NS dash 9's and an Ohio Central painted SD40-2.
The first orange Ohio Central unit since the G&W takeover leads another Super 7 southbound on the old CA&C after working Joyce Iron & Metal.
Three Super 7's sit in the Newark Yard in the late evening light, two in CR paint, the other one in CSX paint.
After leaving the cut of cars on the left on the siding, OHCR 4092 pulls a few coal hoppers west, to be unloaded in Conesville.
The local heads south out of town with some freight to set out and some coal for Conesville
OHCR 4092 provides the power today, while they unload a few hoppers full of coal, you can see a large shovel on the building getting ready to scoop a load out of one of the cars, which then will l... (more)
The ECL heads east across the panhandle, with a NS coal train in tow. So far the only Ohio Central engine wearing G&W colors, OHCR 4099 is trailing.