Cincinnati skyline in background
CSX 7659 leads a train across the Ohio River on the former C&O bridge at Covington Ky. Picture taken on the way to Summerail.
The double track C&O bridge opened in 1929 and is the second largest continuous truss span in the world. It was originally operated by a C&O subsidiary with the tongue twisting name of the Coving... (more)
A southbound CSXT train has just crossed the Ohio River between Cincinnati and Covington. This is the view from Devou Park in Covington. The Ohio river separates Ohio and Kentucky.
CSX 8410 leads a northbound train past the CPL signals at Covington Ky.
CSX Track Geometry Train southbound.
Southbound freight out of Queensgate crosses into Kentucky, passing the Courtyard Marriot-a popular lodging location for railfans visiting the Cincy area.
NS southbound autoracks cross into Covington, KY from Cincinnati. A former ConRail engine leads the train today.
Leading a long string of autoracks, CSXT 8631 and BNSF 5126 emerge from behind the Courtyard by Marriot.
Moments after crossing the Ohio River, CSXT 483, SD40 HLCX 8160, and CSXT GP40-2 5096 roll south through Covington. Mother of God Church is behind.
CSXT 7719 with a northbound waits as CSXT 4784 leads Q505 southbound.
The view from Covington's DeVou Park
SD-18's in fresh paint lead a transfer from Queensgate to Decoursey yard.