A westbound NS freight pounds the diamond at Fostoria
CSX 4837 leads intermodal west in quickly fading evening light near Tiffin Rd, in Forstoria, Ohio.
CSX 8888 appears out of the fog
One nice thing about the prevalence of leasing companies is that they keep some of our favorite old locomotives on the road, often in quite appealing paint schemes.
A CSX local complete with caboose works its way through Fostoria, on and off the main to stay clear of the through freights.
Perhaps we should bring back cabooses, just to give a hint as to what railroad is running the train. Would you have any idea that this was a Norfolk Southern operation?
8025 leads a train of mixed freight south out of Fostoria.
A golden sunrise greets 7344 as it leads four engines and a long autorack train out of Fostoria.
5341 leads an intermodal train west out of Fostoria.
The daily autorack turn out of Walbridge Yard arrives in Fostoria, where it will set out and pick up cars at the Mixing Center, which serves both NS and CSXT.
A fast-moving westbound merchandise train, here about to cross the north-south CSXT mainline, blasts through Fostoria on a bitterly cold Friday afternoon.
A northbound coal train swings from the B&O to the C&O at railroad-rich Fostoria, appropriately powered by locomotives from both components of the Chessie System involved.
A rack train starts around the NE transfer to head for Willard.