A unit crude oil train (Second 64N) on NS is rolling through Vickers on the east side of Toledo with a train made up of mostly former ADM Ethanol tank cars, now carrying the 1267 placard.
In the last good light of the day NS 776 with the MGA Heritage unit on the point is about to pound the CSX Diamonds in Crestline.
NS 776 with the MGA Heritage unit on the point is waiting for an eastbound at East Crest on the east side of town.
Though not all that old, this CN SD70M-2 is not wearing well with part of the "C" missing on the front logo. The train is CN 383 and is on the final leg of it's Toronto to Toledo trip.
NS 178 from Detroit to Bellevue rolls east under the classic NYC signal bridge at Vickers with a nice set of EMD standard cabs, an SD70, SD40-2, GP38-2, SD70 combo.
The Detroit to Toledo Q399 is rolling over the diamonds at Vickers on their way to Stanley yard in this view.
Q107 with a pair of Belles heads down the Toledo Branch south of Findlay after leaving the terminal at North Baltimore.
A westbound intermodal meets a "funeral train" of retired Santa Fe GP's heading to Larry's (LTEX) in eastern Ohio.
The Veterans unit leads 21G west out of Toledo at the new CP 293 west of Toledo Yard.
The Veterans unit leads 21G west down to the Maumee River in Toledo.
A "Funeral Train" consisting of dead Santa Fe units is heading to Larry's (LTEX) in eastern Ohio with a single BNSF Dash 9 on the point.
Q107 is still rounding the corner off the Toledo Branch at Ridgeway with the tail end of the train visible just to the left of the lead unit.
A pair of UP motors assemble their train at Ottawa Lake with a NS Toledo Yard crew. Once they have it all together, they'll bring it back down to Toledo yard where an outbound crew will take it f... (more)
The last ES40DC bought by NS before switching to AC leads the NS 1069 Virginian heritage unit on the point of a loaded grain train as it tiptoes through the University of Toledo's main campus.
The CSL Niagara is snuggled up tight to the NS Maumee river bridge for unloading at the Andersons.