Eastbound coke loads storm into Miller City shortly after sunrise, passing the town cemetery and a classic NKP bracket mast.
In the last minutes of sunlight, westbound roadrailer 261 storms out of Old Fort behind a SD60/C40-9W combo.
52W cruises through the small burg of Miller City, knocking down the NKP style bracket mast and passing a small cemetery.
As the morning fog begins to burn off, the signals at Miller City begin to become visible.
With an ex-Con in the lead, 186 hustles east splitting the NKP intermediate signals at Elm Center.
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.