Heading out of the shadows and into the light, the NS 82W passes an open field, that soon will be green with this years crops.
The NS 578 heads east down the single main, around one of many curves, and by the only spot on the Columbus district that has a view like this.
More than half way from Columbus to Portsmouth, a pair of GP38-2s provide the power for the NS L55, next to the Scioto River, visiable to the right.
A filthy C40-9 and a UP engine provide the power on the NS 218, as it heads through Scioto County on a very nice afternoon.
Eastbound empty hoppers roll by the classic C&O signals at Vauces.
The NS 234 heads under the new cantilever signals at Vera, and by one of the only spots the code line is left on this line, and by the elevated relay cabinets, which are elevated to minimize damag... (more)
A super long NS 234 wraps around the bend, and containers can be seen in the background behind the trees, as it passes through Elmwood.
The NS 218 heads by the signals at Craft, heading east on the Columbus District, on a very windy afternoon.
The NS 186 pulled by two dash 9's running elephant style head east on the NS Columbus District, in the evening light.
Classic power leads the G900 under the classic C&O signals at ZK Cabin on the Northern Sub.
The NS 234 rounds the bend, passing the Higby signal, and running parallel to Higby Rd, on a very nice afternoon.
The CSXT 135 leads the N816 east on the Northern Sub, past the old C&O signals by the DuPont plant in Circleville.
The NS 186 heads out from under US 23, and passes over the snow covered farm crossing, as it heads east on the Columbus District.
A beat up old dash 8 leads the NS 234 by the CPL's at Spring Ln, as an inpatient driver decides to drive down the ROW to the next grade crossing, instead of waiting for the train to pass.
The NS 234 heads down the single main south of Chillicothe, on the most scenic stretch of the NS Columbus District, with an old dash 8 that could really use a paint job leading.