Easily mistaken as a photo from out West, this BNSF/Warbonnet pair make it west through the flat, farm lands of Ohio just east of Deshler as an approaching thunderstorm looms in the background
Q231 wraps around the southeast connection in Deshler and heads south towards Leipsic and beyond, ducking beneath a vintage B&O signal cantilever.
After waiting for the light at South Deshler, Q231 accelerates to trackspeed with a pair of GE widecabs up front, the second being a new ES44AC sporting the "boxcar" logo.
A full moon is rising and the green lights of a classic B&O CPL are flashing as northbound Q236 approaches the signal at Deshler Reservoir. This indication is a slow clear, and the IP Dispatcher h... (more)
A pair of SD70MAC's on the point of K185 knock down the clear signal at South Deshler on the Toledo Subdivision.
A clear signal stares down the approaching headlight of K185 as a pair of red-eyed dwarfs keep an eye on the nighttime scene.
A classic B&O CPL displays an approach slow indication as Q340 approaches South Deshler.
Looking good in her Santa Fe dress, a renumbered SD75M leads Q380 east through Deshler. The DTC Block signs along the Toledo Sub have since been removed, eliminating another piece of B&O history.
A cloudy night is slowly turning into a cloudy morning as a pair of lite engines pass the B&O CPL's, knocking down the approach indication at South Deshler.
With their lengthy rack train clear of the southeast transfer in Deshler, the engineer of Q231 throttles up as the head end rolls by the B&O CPL's at South Deshler.
A Slow Moving rack train heads under the old signal bridge at south Deshler.
Behind an ICE/SOO duo, K223 takes the west siding at South Deshler on a mild Halloween evening.
With a single C40-8 doing the honors, K803 makes the turn at Deshler and heads towards a crew change in Lima.