An AC trio, two GE's and one EMD, power empties west through rural Ohio farmland that will soon look much greener.
A pair of BNSF Dash-9's, one in H2 and one in Warbonnet paint, lead 389 into the blinding sun at Harris Road.
CSX 7504 and another GE lead 393 around the bend and past Milepost 82 east of Defiance.
A momentary splash of sunshine illuminates the brightly colored locomotive consist of S393 as it crosses the Auglaize River near downtown Defiance.
137 passes the tail-end of a coal train as it enters Defiance.
135 is stretched out through Standley Township as viewed from the side of Harris Road.
As the November sun lowers in the sky, a pair of GE's lead 393 through the countryside approaching Defiance.
Some foreign colors brighten the scene east of Defiance just minutes after a dense fog that had visibility down to just 1/10th of a mile lifted.
Q118 kicks up the dust at Defiance
An empty Coal train led by a Swoosh Gevo and and Green and Cream 70MAC heads back to Wyoming for another load of coal in what amounts to the worlds' longest conveyor belt.
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Viewed from atop our trusty old van, 135 leaves Standley behind on it's way towards Chicago.
CSXT 517 leads a loaded coal train around the bend at MP 82 on the B&O.
82 miles from Willard on the B&O Chicago Line. The reverse side reads 196 miles to Chicago
An eastbound train of Powder River Coal at West Standley, just East of Defiance, OH on the B&O Chicago Line.
This old thing was sitting in Defiance, on the derelict Maumee and Western (former N&W) tracks