With the ominous golden glow of a thunderstorm in the background caused from the early morning sunrise, here we see train ID Q-217 as it passes on its way west with the morning migration of auto r... (more)
As the last parts of daylight begin to fade into the West here we see train Id: Q-137 lead by CSX 3412 as it begins to pass under the Exchange street bridge after passing under the former B&O Unio... (more)
A lone UP locomotive leads a auto train into Mooreman Yard on a sunny Saturday morning
CSX train ID: S-137 lead by Locomotive 3065 changes tracks at Attica Jct as it heads West Through Attica Ohio
65W lead by SD40-2 6132 heads East into Mooreman yard on a cool spring morning
NS 2802 a Former Santa Fe SD75M leads a train out of Mini Plant on its way West through Bellevue Ohio
A late afternoon light power move with 2 G&W - Heart of Georgia Locomotives on its way West through Downtown Akron.
During a late Winter, Mid afternoon Lake effect snow squall here we see CSX train Id: Q-015 as it battles it's way West through the wintry mix
As the sun begins to set on a clear day we see locomotive 6990 as she rests from her duties with one of two stone trains behind
Under clear skies we see train ID Q369 as it heads West through downtown Akron in the late afternoon sun
Under almost clear skies we see train ID Q015 as it heads West through downtown Akron
A old soldier SD40-2 CSXT 8134 Ex L&N 8134 Leads a mixed freight, train Id: Q217 through downtown Akron during a early morning snow squall.
A veteran GP38-2 CSXT 2577 Ex L&N 4067 brings a cut of cars West with a slug unit on the local eventually the crew will tie down West of here in Warwick yard
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.