Ohio Central Canadian Pacific G5 class passes Dennison Station
Westbound coal loads from Georgetown Mine.
OHCR 706 takes part in the crane demenstration by the Dennison depot for Train festival 2004.
OHCR 6325 sits on display on the last day of Train Festival as OHCR 7573 takes over.
OHCR 1293, made up as CPR 1293, sits waiting for a busy weekend ahead of her.
OHCR 9100 sits on display at Dennison in B&O blue and gold the day before Train Festival 2004 got underway.
OHCR 4218 is one of the many engines on the display line.
OHCR 3567 is one of the many engines on the display line.
Ex-BCG 13 sits cold under the spotlights during the first night of Trainfestival 2004.
A different view of CP 1293 shows the Canadian Pacific lettering spelled out across the tender, as spotlights reflect off the cab.
CP 1293 simmers the night away in downtown Dennison after the first day of TrainFestival 2004.
Class Kanawha 2700, under cosmetic restoration at Dennison, Ohio
For a short time on Friday morning, Flagg Coal Co. 75, the only visiting steamer at TrainFestival 2004, towed around an Ohio Central caboose.
Ohio Central FP9A 6313 and sister 6307 sit at the head of about half of Ohio Central's passenger car fleet, which they will pull to Columbus later on.
Ex-GTW 4-8-4 6325 lets off some excess steam while resting between assignments at TrainFestival2004. Three steamers visible in this shot: OHCR 6325 obviously, Columbus & Southern Ohio fireless 0-4... (more)