With cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 60s providing good working weather, mechanics from Silcott Railway Equipment change out a traction motor on Camp Chase Railway's IBCX 7042.
IBCX 7076 leads CAMY 01-01 east along the Camp Chase Railway towards the NS connection.
IBCX 7076 and CAMY01-23 trundle along next to Camp Chase Railway's namesake trail on their way east towards the NS connection.
CAMY01-26 rolls out her "Cage" as Fritz-Rumer-Cooke Co. installs a new shop switch on the main.
IBCX 7076 and CAMY-20 roll under I270 at CP144 on Norfolk Southern's Dayton District.
Camp Chase's trio of Geeps roll across Big Darby Creek on a sunny March morning.
IBCX 7225 pauses on the Ardent Mills lead for blue flag protection to be removed.
IBCX 7076 and IBCX 7225 trundle across I270 on Columbus' west side the morning after an early March "snowfall".
IBCX 7042 and a cut of boxcars for the Columbus Dispatch wait on the main as conductor Brenden Keener protects the shove into Royal Paper.
Two of Camp Chase's GP9Rs and a buffer car wait for NS178 to clear track 1 before getting track time to head west to Buckeye Yard where a cut of hazmat tankers await pickup.
IBCX 7042 and 7225 work Ardent Mills on a warm, late October afternoon on Columbus' west side.
Camp Chase conductor Brenden Keener brings IBCX 7076 towards the Columbus Dispatch warehouse the morning after central Ohio's first snowfall of December 2016.
IBCX 7076 and CAMY01-03 wait at MP 143 for NS 180 to recrew a mile ahead at Hague Avenue.
Camp Chase's GP9R "Lilly" waits to open up with a cut of hoppers as NS 180-25 rolls east towards downtown Columbus.