Train number 6 with B&O 800 in the lead pull into the station as a little boy looks at the massive locomotive with the conductor about to wave at him.
After seeing the success of good friend, Cody Zamostny's photo, taken from the same location, I thought I'd make a "sequal", so to speak, of a train passing beneath CSX. Here we see CVSR train 7 ... (more)
CVSR train 6, from Canton, enters CVSR Northside Station in the early evening light. This train is going to meet train 55 out of Peninsula here at the station.
U408 thunders across the bridge at AY Tower.
CVSR train 7 is southbound, passing the Akron Goodyear Blimp Hanger. The B&O painted ALCO FPA4, number 800, is on the rear of the train. This is one of the first CVSR runs to Canton of the season!
The B&O dressed FPA4 of the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic, is on the north end of CVSR train 7, which will be heading to Canton. This is one of the first CVSR runs to Canton of the season!
CSX Q385 heads west in the early evening light. The new transit center to the left of the train makes it more difficult to include the Akron skyline into your photograph. Can't win 'em all I suppo... (more)
Ohio Central 1293 makes it's way south in the Cuyahoga Valley for excursions. Steam returning to the valley for the first time in decades.
CSX local D750 has just recrewed at Akron Hill Yard, and has picked up the symbol D950. Leading the train is a Mother-Slug set, with the Slug being "Quad 2's." It is seen heading east towards New ... (more)
CSX train U994 negotiates the S Curve at Bettes Corners in Akron, as it heads east and towards New Castle, and ultimately Monaca, Pa.
Daily CSX freight Q385 runs westbound through the downtown Akron area, with two NS units leading the way.
Spring Fever train's morning run has an impromptu race down the Valley with a Honda S2000 roadster. She will lose, but the day is beautiful and who cares?
Cuyahoga Valley Spring Fever train works south down the Valley, passing a lonely country road on a Sunday morning, about 10 miles north of Akron Station.
Westbound symbol Q385-01 clears downtown Akron on a sunny but extremely cold windy winter day. Note, the paved area to the left of the tracks is the old right of way for the Erie Railroad.
An empty westbound ethanol train clears downtown Akron with one of the newer Gevo's on the head end. January was not kind to the northeast Ohio area as nearly 40 inches of snow fell.