A momentary break in the clouds allows a splash of evening sunlight to shine on BNSF's swing bridge across the Mississippi. In just a few moments, the BNSF stack train crossing the bridge will be ... (more)
With one of CSX's new "Boxcar Logo" GEVO's leading the way, a lengthy Q394 knocks down the signal at Longley as the train approaches a left hand turn onto the Willard Sub at F-Tower in Fostoria. J... (more)
An empty coal train with a rather interesting pair of leaders has a 20 mph speed restriction due to crossing work in town.
One of the MAW's two ex-Santa Fe GP7u's rests next to the Wabash depot in Defiance on a snowy December morning.
BLE 902 and company knock down the signal as they roll alongside Angling Road, surrounded by the fantastic fall color near Pennside.
Making a rare Saturday turn to Napoleon, the MAW enters Okolona alongside Gessner Street with one of their former Santa Fe geeps in charge.
Check out the upside-down 8's!
Northbound Q134 bangs across the diamond with the NS Fostoria District at Leipsic Junction led by a pair of C40-8W's. Catching a former Conrail unit with lit marker lights is always a bonus!
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 67N thunders past the Pettisville Grain facility along Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line, with the Virginian heritage unit leading the way.
SD80MAC's aren't all too common in the flat lands of Ohio anymore, so fellow RP contributor Aaron Border and I jumped on the chase. Here the pair is seen passing a patriotic barn north of Fremont.
A foggy sunrise greets the C&O cantilever at the East End of Vauces center siding outside of Chillicothe. This photo is dedicated to my good friend and fellow railfan Seth Harsch, who took his own... (more)
Fellow RP contributors Rich Thompson (R.W.T.) and Cody Zamostny have grabbed their shots as Q389 rolls across the new diamonds in Deshler led by a former Conrail C40-8W.
A former N&W veteran drags L7N's train of coil cars west on the Fostoria District. The towns of Edgerton and Payne can be seen in the background.
Amidst a short period of white out conditions, a rerouted 218 splits the New York Central signals as they enter the village of Pettisville.