The CSX local from Trautman operates as light power as it comes into the Cincinnati Yard, pounding the diamond at the floodwall that's guarded by a classic CPL. Locomotives:CSX 2704 GP... (more)
NS 808 waits to depart the East Valley to Hopple on a Foggy morning in Cincinnati.
Q231 entering Queensgate Yard with a pair of Yn2's.
A standard cab Dash 9 leads a northbound auto train as it eases downgrade over the Ohio River Bridge and enters Gest Street Yard in Cincinnati. Locomotives:NS 8844 C40-9NS 7443 ES4... (more)
Shoving back to the "Ditch" track, IORY 5007 trails the power set heading to pick up cars from a local industry before heading back west on the Central Railroad of Indiana (CIND). Just b... (more)
CSX manifest freight Q573 snakes over elevated trestles through Cincinnati as it heads towards the bridge to cross the Ohio River and head south.Locomotives:CSX 3464 ET44ACCSX 805 ... (more)
A mother-slug pair of CSX GP units lead local J787 through the gates in the floodwall along the Ohio River and past B&O CPL signals as the train returns to CSX's Queensgate Yard. Locomotiv... (more)
A CSX SD40-2 and slug set pause at the top of the Queensgate Hump after shoving a cut of cars over it. This one of the few active hump yards on the CSX system. Locomotives:CSX 2415 SD4... (more)
A CN cowl unit in the zebra striped scheme leads an NS ethanol train north into NS's Gest Street Yard in Cincinnati where the train will be recrewed. Locomotives: CN 2401 C40-8MNS ... (more)
CITX 3068 heads east on the former B&O line to St Louis long hood foward with a CSX MoW train.
2 of NS's recently leased FEC SD70M-2's lead NS 216 out of Gest street on a beautiful Tuesday evening
"Double Over Under" NS 177 does some yard work on the Southern Railway Bridge as a CSX Manifest passes below and in the background Q143 is making its way towards Kentucky.
CSX train Q350-04 heads north on the former B&O Cincinnati to Toledo mainline at Chickering Avenue with a Canadian Pacific GE leading the way.
Chessie #3035 along with an ex-C&O caboose leaves out of the yard running long hood first on a local.
Cincinnati Union Terminal (CUT) is a magnificent structure inside and out, and is my favorite of all stations currently served by Amtrak for its design detail.