Three 4-axle locomotives work the east end of the yard early in the morning.
Class I road power backs to its train in TRRA's Madison Yard.
Two big C-Cs push hard on the rear of a southbound grain load even before they get out of Cincinnati. The head end is already fighting the beginning slope of Erlanger Hill.
As a CSX manifest departs Queensgate Yard for points south (at ground level), NS 9973 South roars overhead on the approach to the Cincinnati Southern Bridge.
NS 7607 North glides off the Cincinnati Southern Bridge on the tail of a northbound CSX vehicle train.
On a humid afternoon, a southbound NS intermodal symbol approaches the crossing of the Ohio River.
Leading what looks to be a CSX manifest, UP 8144 and a sister head north through Hamilton on the Terminal Sub.
On a beautiful spring evening, a CSX freight makes its way north on the elevated line through Covington.
NS 6766 North departs Gest St. on a very sultry afternoon.
A southbound NS manifest climbs out of Gest St. Yard and onto the Cincinnati Southern Bridge.
A single C40-9W leads a southbound vehicle train through the Cincinnati suburb of Arlington Heights. CSX also uses this line.
A trio of four-axle power makes its way toward the engine facility after cutting off from its train.
A rebuilt SD40-2 and a slug work the hump at Queensgate Yard.
CSX 7858 South passes beneath the CNO&TP (NS) at Walton, KY.
A coiled steel train out of Middletown, OH, enters Gest St. Yard.