Cincinnati Union Terminal as seen just after midnight.
The daily 'belt line' local swithes the Jif peanut butter facility. According to one of the plant workers, this is the only Jif plant in the world.
The Gordon Pittock reservoir can be seen in the backround as this westbound hotshot heads into downtown Woodstock.
Built in 1931, Cincinnati Union Terminal is now home to the Cincinnati Museum Center and Amtrak Station for the Cardinal.
CSXT 7851 spits the semaphores on the old Monon as it approaches Orleans, IN.
CP train Z491-10 waits for Q204-10 to head west accross the diamonds at Mitchel, IN before proceeding south to Lousiville, KY.
An ex-Conrail SD40-2 heads west towards St. Louis, MO.
There's no place like home aboard the circus train as it sits in R.J. Corman's Lexington, KY yard.
An ex Rio Grande tunnel motor awaits its next assignment.
Metra 240 shoves east as one of the last F40C's, #611, pulls west after departing Union Station.
Three SD75 series locomotives tower over the Grand River, as a fisherman takes advantage of the beautiful day.
Two NS locomotives climb Curtis Hill on the old Santa Fe 'transcon.'
A pair of CN 'wide bodies' roll west into the evening sun after passing though London.
VIA 901 accelerates out of downtown after making a brief station stop.
BNSF 982 passes the station sign eastward after leaving Rochelle about 10 minutes earlier.