14K was moving slow enough to allow for a quick jaunt down the road from my previous photo location in Moultrie to here in Bayard. This time we see the 14K making its way eastbound and past the in... (more)
A nice variety of NS power leads mixed freight 14K eastbound on the Cleveland Line through the small town of Moultrie, Ohio. This section of the Cleveland Line is referred to as the Cleveland "sin... (more)
The Cincinnati Railway's former C&O GP7 #55, lettered for the CNRY's LM&M Railroad operation in Lebanon, Ohio, basks in the sun while resting atop the former PRR bridge over Madison Road as it awa... (more)
NS intermodal train 218 heads east on the former Nickel Plate at Fostoria.
NS Roadrailer train 262 heads east on the Fostoria District behind a pair of former Conrail GE Dash 8-40CWs.
With a maroon Helm Leasing SD40-2 on the point, a CSX manifest freight rolls southbound on the NS New Castle District in Sharonville on a beautiful early spring afternoon.
After a day of railfanning in Cincinnati. My friend Norman Miller and me swing by Sharonville on our way back home and find these here. I am down to 1 shot left on my camera and use it to get , s... (more)
Waiting to receive fuel and sand .
The Norfolk and Western heritage unit traversed home rails this afternoon on the N&W Columbus District between Columbus and Portsmouth, Ohio. I was able to catch them near Piketon at the old US Ro... (more)
A interesting treat as NS 200 brings in a Citirail leader and CSX Spirit of Magnolia elephant style
Union Pacific #8952 paid a visit to the NS Columbus line leading NS 234 last week from Chicago, IL to Norfolk, VA. This is in the Scioto River Valley between Waverly and Chillicothe, Ohio. Sever... (more)
The sun shines down on the N&W heritage unit as it travels on home rails near Piketon, Ohio on the former N&W Columbus Line.
You can see the old faded NYC stripe showing through on 1847. This train is passing by a abandon PRR yard called Kinsman I believe.
Conrail came into being on April 1 1976. Here we are in May and it sure looks like nothing has changed for the Penn Central.