A veteran YN2 Leads Q277 through Downtown Akron under what is remaining of the B&O Union Depot now owned by the University of Akron and all that remains of the Erie Lackawanna is nothing but weeds... (more)
During the first snowfall of the year we see train Id: Q366 as it heads east kicking up snow as it passes by the University of Akron during a heavy period of Lake effect snow.
After performing her duties as the official Kent Ohio holiday train, we see Shelly Materials SD-18 compete for attention the lights of the former Erie depot
After delivering Santa to the city of Kent Ohio here we see Shelly Materials Locomotive number 321 as it does it best to accent the Century old Depot that belonged once to the Erie Railroad as it ... (more)
After delivering Santa to the city of Kent Ohio here we see Shelly Materials Locomotive number 321 affectionately known as Flash as it sits at the depot decked out in it's holiday gear.
A trio of GE Locomotives depart Mooreman yard with a train in tow
A oddball for this area, here we see CSXT SD40-2 8199 as it leads Norfolk Southern train Id: 17k out of the yard at Bellevue Ohio on a unusually warm and sunny Northwest Ohio day
A special appearance by the small Whitcomb center cab owned by the Nickle Plate and Mad River museum in Bellevue Ohio as it pulls two of the Museums cabooses during the museums holiday special tra... (more)
With the first snow of 2014 on the ground here we see Q137 as it tops the grade at MP 128.5 on the New Castle sub
NS 2689 rolls West through Alliance Ohio as storms pass through in the background to the South.
With Passing storms here we see NS 9700 Leading a Intermodal train through Alliance Ohio on a cool but sunny evening.
With the last bit of daylight we see train symbol 169 lead by NS 8006 as it is about to cross over to track one as it heads West through Alliance Ohio on a warm September day.
A pair of R.J. Corman Geeps rolls back toward Dover Ohio after dropping 20 cars off at the interchange at Warwick in Clinton Ohio
Q 299 rounds the bend in Akron Ohio with a venerable C40-8W in a few years these would become rare sights today with almost all completely out of service.
A CSX autorack comes from the Columbus line onto the CSX New Castle Sub on a warm August morning.