Q200 makes a rare daylight appearance as they struggle into Deshler with a heavy 7,000 foot train in tow.
Today, 507 is a one unit wonder with over 6,000 feet of train in tow as they pass under the CPL's at South Deshler.
For now, CPL's still rule over most of the Toledo Sub.
A pair of C40-8W's have a short 501 in tow as they head south at Deshler.
SD60 8700, the first of CSX's token order of SD60's leads Q231 south under the signal bridge at South Deshler. The tail of the train is still heading west on the Willard Sub.
Westbound stacks pound the diamond in Deshler.
Q507 Toledo-Cincinnati freight train passes B&O CPL signals at the south end of Deshler.
Just another morning in Deshler
Nice twilight this Saturday at Deshler, only the sound of crickets this quiet evening.
CSXT Q231 swings around the Southeastern Connection at Deshler, to head south for Cincinnati and points beyond.
Northbound coming off the Toledo Sub in the middle of a sea of B&O vintage color position light signals.
Utilizing some purposeful foreground clutter, I framed this southbound CSX rack train under the South Deshler signal bridge.
An eastbound coke train heads out of the setting sun east of Deshler.
A southbound train at Deshler comes off the Willard Sub and onto the Toledo Sub.
Some of the rail in the foreground on the sidings it marked 1901 Carnegie Steel.
CSXT 5493 leads a morning northbound ethanol train on the Southwest wye at Deshler