A derated SD50 leads a CSX general freight south from Toledo to Cincinnati passing a B&O CPL signal at south end of Deshler.
Q507 heads across the NS diamond at Leipsic Junction passing under a classic B&O cantilever signal.
Hot pig train 218 passes the ex NKP signals at the east end of Townwood.
An NS freight train 197 enroute to Cincinnati heads down the low grade passing the east end Kingsland siding. In a few seconds the 197 will intersect the long gone abandoned Erie Lackawanna ROW.
The Spirit of Maryland leads an eastbound intermodal train through the S-curves just east of Kimmell, IN.
Westbound NS 117 cruise by the Springfield's Market Place in the late evening sun.
The conductor hangs on as the LF14 pulls a load of covered hoppers out of the siding. This line is the former Pennsy (Grand Rapids & Indiana) RR that once ran from Mackinaw City, Michigan to Fort ... (more)
The Heritage Railroad brings a load of inbound petroleum to the Laketon Refining Corporation. In 1991 the Laketon Refining Corp built a 3.1 mile section of track between their refinery at Laketon ... (more)
The NS 18K rolls by on a crisp fall morning. In Wabash, IN the NS 18K will take the connection to the NS Marion Branch to head north to Elkhart, IN.
During a beautiful sunrise, it's another day that the Monon semaphores will stand guard as they have for nearly a 100 years. But the time is running short for the old blades of the Monon.
The CP train is just a few miles from taking the connection from the NS Chicago line to the NS ex Wabash line to head north to Detroit.
The WB NS 255 Triple Crown train crosses over the NS Marion Branch line just outside Wabash, IN. The lower NS Marion Branch line curves to the right and parallels the NS Huntington District for a ... (more)
The setting sun last rays of an autumn evening cast an orange glow as a westbound auto train comes barreling by at track speed.
As a southbound manifest passes by the north end of Leesburg siding, an NS track inspector waits in the Leesburg siding so he can proceed north to finish out his duties.
A lone Conrail blue leads this Triple Crown train into the east end of Lagro siding on the ex Wabash line.