C&O 2700 sits on display in Dreamsville, U.S.A.
Who knows where you'll find ex-AMTK F40's nowadays? OHCR 271 still wears its Phase III scheme proudly years after it ended its service for Amtrak.
Ship by rail is the theme of this photograph.
Its down to one track underneath this ex-PRR signal bridge outside of Dennison.
Some of the best shots of the Convention came on the day there was no excursion. For a few minutes between storms the sun came out and lit the consist sitting at Dennison. The reminents of a rainb... (more)
Late in the day, Tuesday's photo freight sits in Dennison, waiting for tomorrow's NRHS Convention trip. Unfortunately, OHCR 271, an ex-AMTK F40PH, is tacked on the end of the freight, resulting in... (more)
Dennison Depot's "tank engine" sits with a string of vintage freight cars, as a father and son carefully inspect the "train". The rainbow above is a nice touch, too.
Ohio Centrals Alco RS-18 on right and Dennison's for show 0-4-0 steam locomotive setting at Dennison Yard and Depot.
OHCR 1800 and the NRHS Convention consist sit on the siding at Dennison awaiting tomorrow's run with a full rainbow overhead. Note the Orville Railroad Historical Society's blue GP7 on the rear.
Excursion train at the end of the first day trip
Passengers board the 2006 NRHS convention excursion from Dennison to Gould tunnel and return
Great sounding Alco power rests in Dennison after a long day of historical fun.
Ohio Central 1800 stopped at the Dennison Depot, after leading the LAST segment of the LAST 2006 NRHS convention excursion on quite possibly the LAST public excursion on the Ohio Central
Tim Sposato, the engineer for todays excursion overlooks the passengers boarding the train in Dennison, note the amtrak logo on the engineers seat
C&O 2700 sets silently at the Dennison Depot, I overheard someone ask if this is the engine that will be pulling the train today