A GP7 and 10 cars trundle back towards Ohio South Central's yard in Hamden.
Western competitors wait for the torch out east.
An autorack with a surprising ex-B&O leader passes the northbound Color Position Light signal, also of B&O origin, on a gorgeous winter day.
A year and a day after Norfolk Southern ran their last train over the West Virginia Secondary, two leased NS SD60s fittingly led KNWA 381 north. Here we see the train skirting the Hocking River in... (more)
Hocking Valley Scenic's classic C&O GP7 is starting to take on a used, road-worn look that it certainly wore decades ago when it was originally in this paint scheme. Here, it sits feet from the cu... (more)
The Ohio South Central train is a couple miles away from it's destination and riding on DT&I rails as it rolls through neighborhoods and backyards.
The engineer extends his arm for a wave as GLC 393 rockets south towards Ann Arbor, with some lingering fall color providing a nice background.
Two Ohio Central Super-7s squeal around the hills on the old B&O line to Cambridge.
A pair of Super-7s (long rebuilt from Western Pacific U23Bs) create a bright spot on a bleak winter day.
Ohio South Central 104 creeps through Coalton with one hopper for Aluchem.
Great Lakes Central 397 brings up the antlers...er, markers, of the North Pole Express. The headend has just passed iconic Carland Elevator with a lot of smoke from 1225, while 397 quietly gets dr... (more)
Former Ann Arbor Railroad 393 (wearing special 10th Anniversary paint) hustles a short train south towards Ann Arbor on 'home rails'.
The Wabash heritage unit leans into a turn on NS' hottest train on a bitterly cold day.
For a short distance, Ervin Road and the WV Secondary occupy almost the same space, with the former taking the high ground. You can just make out the road in this shot, towering over the S-curve.