CSX 135 leads a empty coal train up the Coal River Sub by the C&O pole signals that are still in charge.
CSX Q509-05 heads under the B&O CPL in small town of Tontogany on the CSX Toledo Sub on a frigid March morning.
The CSXT 135 leads the N816 east on the Northern Sub, past the old C&O signals by the DuPont plant in Circleville.
South bound on the B&O Toledo Sub.
E732 splits the B&O signals.
Southbound coal loads swing southeast over the Youghiogheny River for their journey into Pennsylvania and Maryland.
One unit wonder, Q50601, with CSXT 135 leading, heads north disturbing the peace in downtown Deshler, Oh., as it passes the depot, on its run for CSXT's Stanley Yard in Walbridge, Oh.
E748 heads under the largest signal bridge I've ever photographed, with signals for all 5 tracks. The two tracks on the right are part of Erie Yard.
B75328 heads south with 114 cars.
CSX 135 sits on a red signal waiting for Q454 to set out a bad order at Martin Street