A lone C40-9 switches the intermodal terminal.
A 143 train approaches the crossing of the Ohio River late in the afternoon.
An empty grain train snakes its way out of Gest Street and heads north.
The conductor of NS 8878 North doesn't yet see the intermodal train coming up slowly behind, but will momentarily.
At sunset, two NS northbounds prepare to depart Gest Street.
A couple of GP38s return to Gest Street after shoving a 175 train up Erlanger Hill.
NS 9964 North departs Gest Street Yard as a 216 intermodal train waits on the Ohio River Bridge in the distance.
Modernized heavyweight; likely being used for the "Cincinnati Limited"
A short northbound manifest comes off the bridge as the art decco shape of CUT sits quietly in the foreground.
At dusk on a beautiful fall evening, a hot 264 RoadRailer departs Gest Street Yard.
A modified SD40-2 pushes cars over the hump.
A shop worker throws a switch with a big GE almost on top of it.
Two crewmen board their northbound train; the first to board is a lady trainee.
Looking like HO models, a couple of GEs pull a Tropicana/intermodal train out of Queensgate's intermodal terminal and head north.
North- and southbound CSX freights meet under an NS 216 train waiting to come off the Ohio River Bridge. The CSX northbound is coming at us.