Illinois Terminal heritage unit 1072 and Conrail 8098 leads a loaded coal 866 west a couple miles east of Claypool, Indiana.
Illinois Terminal heritage unit 1072 and Conrail 8098 leads loaded coal 866 west past the west end of Peabody after meeting two east bounds.
Nickel Plate 765 is homeward bound on home rails as she highballs across the Ohio countryside, enroute to the Fort Wayne RR Historical Society's shop at New Haven, IN.
The crew of L76 has the "air-conditioning" on full blast as the train accelerates out of Fostoria. Up ahead at Arcadia, the train will swing onto the Lima District for the trip to Findlay.
On their way to Bellevue, NKP 765 and NS 8100 look great together leading the deadhead move past an abandoned farmhouse near Miller City. I'm proud to say that even with the countless people out c... (more)
With a thin mist hanging in the air, Nickel Plate berkshire 765 assaults the senses as it charges across the Little Auglaize River in Melrose on it's deadhead run to Bellevue for employee excursio... (more)
NKP 765 blasts past the old mill at West Leipsic. There is a NKP painted GEVO back there but you can't tell through all the steam.
A very late NS 233 passes the NKP bracket mast at Payne, Ohio on the NS Fostoria District.
The Conrail heritage unit heads up westbound coal loads as they temporarily wake up the sleepy little town of Miller City, OH leaving a trail of coal dust in its wake.
The first day of spring awards us with a beautiful sunset at Miller City, OH. Hopefully the old NKP bracket will see many more, but change is coming soon.
Local movement L71 arrives at the limestone plant in Maple Grove with a solo high hood "forty" in charge.
A former Conrail GE and three other units lead the colorful stack train 234 into town, seen here strolling past the industrial west side.
Westbound 866 leaves Payne in a cloud of coal dust as it chases the setting sun behind NS 8098, the Conrail heritage unit.
With Norfolk Southern's Conrail heritage unit leading, a westbound coal train roars out of Leipsic after waiting for cross traffic at the CSX diamonds.
Led by the Conrail heritage unit, coal loads charge into Miller City on a crisp April evening. Several townspeople gathered on main street to watch the train go by once they noticed the photo-line... (more)