A CSX GP38-2 works the intermodal terminal at CSX's Queensgate Yard in Cincinnatti.Locomotives:CSX 2547 GP38-2
An NS intermodal train crosses the Ohio River and heads into Cincinnati. Locomotives:NS 9610 C40-9WNS 8898 C40-9WNS 1087 SD70ACe
A pair of NS Dash 9's leads a mixed freight south out of Cincinnati towards the Ohio River bridge. Locomotives:NS 9604 C40-9WNS 9284 C40-9W
Ohio Central 4030 looks lost sitting in Cincinnati under Threatening looking skies.
Yard 2 in Cincinnati can be touch and go for over under sometimes you may get lucky and have Indiana & Ohio park a train there and Norfolk Southern provide one either leaving or coming into Cincin... (more)
As a big 216 out of Jacksonville, FL, train comes slowly across the Cincinnati Southern Bridge, an empty grain departs the yard with three big units for power.
A shop worker rides the front steps of C40-8 No. 7574 as he and an engineer reposition the big locomotive to another track.
A crew of three, including a red-headed woman, walks toward its train, NS 9508 North, an empty coiled steel train headed for Middletown, OH, for another load. Meanwhile, a 216 train out of Jackson... (more)
Late on a beautiful but chilly winter's afternoon, a substantial grouping of power sits in front of the shop at Queensgate Yard. 8611 and 2479 are both EMD SD50s, with the latter being ex-Conrail.
A night settles over Cincinnati, an NS 264 RoadRailer departs Gest. St. Yard.
Two different versions of the SD40-2, both with respect to paint scheme and superstructure configuration, lead a northbound CSX vehicle train at CT Junction.
The Summer of 2017 ended in dramatic fashion in Cincinnati as hundreds of thousands of people lined the riverfront for the 41st annual Western & Southern/ WEBN fireworks show. Several hundred peo... (more)
A CSX Hump Slug Set pulls a large cut of cars from the Queensgate Yard Hump through the interlocking at Eighth Street towards Yard 2 on a beautiful and mild late summer morning in the Ohio Valley.
Under a hazy sun, CSX power congregates at the engine terminal. Unlike NS, CSX has retained the red warning lights on the nose of its ex-Conrail power.
As seen from the other side of Interstate 75, rebuilt SD40-2 No. 2416 and slug No. 1055 pull a string of cars toward the south end of the yard. Once there, they'll push the cars over the hump.