A second section of S241 splits the CPL's at XN, the location where the former DT&I ties in to the former B&O for the ride to Lima.
Southbound Q339 splits the only remaining pair of B&O CPL intermediate signals active on the north end of the Toledo Sub.
Even after Conrail being absorbed into the NS and CSX systems in 1999, Conrail units can still be found roaming. Sometimes you have to get lucky, and other times you have to plan ahead. This time,... (more)
A short westbound mixed freight treads on the territory of Lima Berkshires on the former Nickel Plate NS Fostoria District at County Road 4 just east of Leipsic, Ohio. In the background a few mil... (more)
Leading this edition of Q375 is CSXT 8320, a beaten and bruised EMD product that has been serving the railroad for many years now.
The YN1 paint on this old workhorse has held strong through the years, as it leads Q375 south out of Leipsic on a beautiful evening along the Toledo Sub.
The cantilever CPL signals stand tall as a north bound races below it in a little over two minutes.
A hard days work. An ex-L&N unit climbs her train into Leipsic under the cantilever CPL signals on its way south.
Southbound Q375 splits a pair of B&O CPL intermediate signals between Leipsic and Ottawa, Ohio.
A GE C40-9W is hard at work at the helm of W06, which which will be pounding the CSX Toledo Subdivision diamonds within moments at Leipsic Junction.
NS 145 rolls towards the CSX diamond in Leipsic after W06 cleared the single track ahead of it.
With over 6,000 feet of train in tow, a lone catfish struggles to roll W06 towards McComb on a beautiful morning.
CSX Q501-12 rolls south across the diamonds in Leipsic. He is accelerating after having to wait on NS 146 to go east. It's nice to see the tower still standing, even if in bad condition.
An interesting combo of EMD's from the hodge-podge roster of the Indiana & Ohio lead today's Lima Turn south on CSX rails.
Southbound Q231 crosses Ohio route 65 as it prepares to bang over the diamond crossing with the ex-NKP.