Unit leased to the B&O, and heading the southbound "Cincinnatian"
A yet to be renumbered GP40-2 leads a former Clinchfield SD45-2 on a southbound CSX train at Glendale on the former CH&D.
A southbound train holds at Glendale for a few northbounds to clear Wyoming.
A southbound freight flashes by the former B&O CPL's at Glendale, Ohio.
Lightning lights up the sky an a stormy night in Glendale
A southbound grain streaks past Glendale, while a northbound manifest lights up the old B&O CPLs.
The old B&O CPLs still guide the way for many CSX trains that come through Cincinnati
A NS intermodel streaks by the CPLs at Glendale. The flashing red light is the EOT.
CSX Q501 passes through Glendale on #1 track. Note the lettering on the front of the jack.
CSX 4342 south in B&O paint passes the former CH&D station in Glendale on #1 track on a hot summer day in 1988. Ilford XP-1 film.
Engine 771 Suffered a mechanical failure, and has halted about 100 yards short of the historic CH&D Depot in Glendale, about to pass him on track 2 is the recrewed Q671 off the Indiana sub.
Note the green signal. This is normally northbound only directional running territory, but Amtrak is running very late and is one of the rare trains going south on this part of the railroad.