C&O for Progress I guess... Q636 heads for Walbridge as it knocks down the EE Pemberville where the signal crews are actively working on removing the C&O history.
With no work at Walbridge today, Q509 comes straight down the Toledo Sub and pounds the diamonds at Deshler.
G62029 knocks down the south end of Deshler.
Q143 gets ready to knock down the clear indication at North Ottawa as a grain train from the I&O holds the siding.
A very tardy Q142 knocks down the south end of Ottawa shortly after sunrise.
Eastbound CSX track geometry train passes the B&O tilting target signal that still in service at North Vernon, IN. Trains have to approach the diamond at restricted speed. When the Madison Railroa... (more)
The eastbound CSX geometry train is seen passing the recently restored depot at Brownstown. CSX donated the depot to the town, but required it to be moved 40ft away from the track because it was a... (more)
Eastbound CSX geometry train knocks down the east end of Medora as they traverse the Indiana Sub across to Cincinnati.
Eastbound CSX geometry train knocks down the west end of Medora as they traverse the Indiana Sub across to Cincinnati.
CSXT 1502 East exits the 1731ft long "Big Tunnel" just east of Tunnelton, Indiana on the former B&O main line to St Louis.
Sunrise at Mitchell finds the CSX track geometry train tied down at the depot. Within a hour, the train will be on the move across the Indiana Sub for Cincinnati.
US Sugar Corp train from the FEC interchange crosses the Miami Canal in the late afternoon.
FEC 101 finds a small sucker hole as it knocks down the intermediate at 87.4 in Bunnell.
Another afternoon, another 101 crossing the San Sebastian River in America's oldest city.
The Nickel Plate heritage unit leads NS train 22A by the N&W position lights at Radford. Radford and Plum Creek are the last locations on the Pulaski District that have not been replaced, but new ... (more)