An Ann Arbor yard job has just rolled across the street from Ottawa Yard to make a pick up at the Jeep plant. One crewman lines a switch back while the engine idles.
Today's NS 178 is so short that after a short stop at 289 the Toledo Yard dispatcher decides to bring them down to park it on the 14 track by the depot since the new crew isn't on duty for another... (more)
An ex-Conrail SD60I leads NS rail gang R-10 down towards the Maumee river as they head into Toledo to tie up the camp cars.
A matched pair of SD40-2's bring NS 344 over the Maumee on their way up to Homestead yard. Gotta love matched SD40-2's leading a road freight on a busy mainline in 2010.
The power of NS 419 adds most of the color to this November Ohio scene as they roll down to the Maumee river.
A late running NS 353 is coming over the Maumee and by Sumner St yard as they head through Toledo.
35N rolls past a large elevator on the west side of Toledo as they head out of town.
The sun has burned off the morning fog in the cut curving out of the Maumee valley but hasn't put a dent in the fog over the river in the background as 68Q departs Toledo eastbound.
Older EMD's are bringing a very late 14Q east through Toledo in the morning.
A clean ex-GTW SD40-2 in the CN North America paint scheme.
Circus trailers west on 1, UPS trailers east on 2. 20E just left the pad and is rolling alongside the Ringling Brothers circus train running as 047 on their way to Detroit.
NS BO06 left Homestead yard and came onto CSX at Ironville, travelled down the terminal and is about to round the corner into CSX Stanley yard running now as CSX Z250 with a couple dozen cars of t... (more)
Nicely storm lit, 13Q is heading towards Elkhart after rolling through Toledo.
Y301 is returning from north Toledo with a heck of an all EMD lashup - shiney slug set CSXT 6428-2333 & CN 5508 & 5563 - a pair of SD60F's that had come into Toledo on Q281.
NS 344, now Bellevue-bound after completing its work at Toledo, heads eastbound under the power of three older EMD's, passing over the winding Maumee River at the fittingly named "CP MAUMEE."