This VIP trip continues towards Buffalo, NY as P928 heads north from Cincinnati, OH. A CSX maintainer has conveniently parked his vehicle adjacent to the tracks, possibly waiting to see his super... (more)
This former C&NW geep makes a nice addition to the rail scene near Traders World Flea Market. It will sit quietly for only another few minutes before the next crew will head engine light towards M... (more)
As God intended, former NW 1628 returns from Norfolk Southern's "Peavine" running long hood forward.
The Tropicana juice train has just crossed from main #2 to #1. The reason for this move is evident as a maintenance crew can be seen repairing a broken rail.
A former Southern Railway SD40-2 is about to pass the former PRR station in Norwood, Ohio. This short train will soon return "home" to Berry yard in Bond Hill.
CIND 5000 and 5008 have only been on the property a few hours in their current paint. After dropping a cut of cars in Oakley they are seen traveling light to Indiana & Ohio's Mccullough yard.
Four UP 6-axels have little trouble pulling their string of autoracks out of the Illinois river valley.
A pair of ex-Conrail dash 8's complete this beautiful autumn scene as they are seen crossing the Kentucky River.
Scarlet and grey power leads the Washington Court House turn today. In a few miles this train will reach Midland City, OH and enter trackage of the former B&O Ohio Division.
A UP AC shoves a set of empty coal hoppers under the busy BNSF transcon.
An eastbound stack train is seen running left hand main as it prepares to overtake a slower manifest near Ancona.
It's just before 6AM as the sun begins to shine on America's heartland. A clear signal foreshadows the constant rail action the former Santa Fe transcon will experience throughout the day.
The Indiana & Ohio makes a brief stop at the classic Pennsylvania signals on its way from Norfolk Southern's Sharron Yard to the I&O at Mccullough.
After making a water stop in Bagdad, RJCC 2008 continues its eastward journey across the Bluegrass State.
Rick Corman's chase vehicle is seen above his newest "toy." Thanks to RJC for bringing mainline steam back to central Kentucky!
Hey Rick, can you make that arial video available to the public... (more)