From an elevated perspective, one can see the extensive farmlands of the Midwest, and from this particular location, behind 28G can be seen the grain elevators of Edgerton, IN, and Payne, OH.
With their work in Leipsic finished, L7N is on their way back to New Haven with a former N&W soldier in command.
NS 10E passes the NKP Bracket Mast Signal at Miller City, Ohio on the NS Fostoria District.
Norfolk Southern 217 passes through the hamlet of Keiferville, Ohio just east of Continental. The town has long since passed the good old days.
L7N stretches out in the cornfields of eastern Indiana, making it's way through the small village of Edgerton.
L7N has just finished it's work in Leipsic and now returns west to Fort Wayne, IN.
Norfolk Southern 234 meets 15E at the fairly rare lap sidings in Continental, Ohio. I love the shorty Nickel Plate Signal here.
As the morning fog slowly begins to burn away, westbound stacks storm into the sleepy village of Miller City.
Grab them while you can. NS 17K passes a NKP bracket signal in Miller City on a fine western Ohio evening. Railpictures contributor, Redhawk, rolled up after the shot and we were discussing the fu... (more)
With a 10 mph speed restriction in effect, this short roadrailer passes the ancient grain elevator on the west side of town as they approach the IORY diamond.
With a classy looking Whiteface unit leading, eastbound grain loads cross the IORY diamond in Leipsic on a gorgeous late spring morning.
A thick fog has rolled in just as the sun begins to rise, while a classic Nickel Plate bracket mast beckons to an eastbound that is still a few miles away.
Westbound L7N finally gets back on the move after meeting eastbound trains 306 (with one unit and 14,000 feet of train) and 272 at the west end of Continental. Note how badly the bracket mast is l... (more)
After completing their work at Payne, L7N throttles up for the final leg of the trip back to the yard in New Haven.