Once upon a time in Ohio.... A special thanks to Jerry Jacobson of the former Ohio Central for a great show.
May she run once again!
An Ohio Central A-B-A set of F units leads a grain train by the depot at Coshocton.
Ever dream in color?
A local works on the siding just west of Coshocton, as the paper mill in the background releases some steam.
After leaving the cut of cars on the left on the siding, OHCR 4092 pulls a few coal hoppers west, to be unloaded in Conesville.
The local heads south out of town with some freight to set out and some coal for Conesville
Never thought I'd see an A-B-A lashup of F's in 2000
pulling a grain train. To my surprise as I was passing
through Coshocton on my way home from Horseshoe
I ran into this guy by accident.Here ... (more)
The end is near for OHCR 7883. The pug-nosed brute once hauled fast freight over Sherman Hill, now it is parked on a little used siding being parted out and scrapped.
Ohio Central #33 pulls an excusion towards the Morgan Run shops for the Ohio Rail Toursism association.
A "Business Black" Ohio Central GP9 switches out boxcars at the large paper mill in Coshocton on the Labor Day weekend.
OHCR 1501 makes a shove thru Coshocton heading towards Ohio Central's Morgan Run shop facility
Ohio Central's CPR Pacific 1293 and GTW Northern 6325 pose for night shots after a day filled with runbys.
Ohio Central's CPR Pacific 1293 and GTW Northern 6325 team up for a doubleheaded runby at Trinway.
Ex Grand Trunk Western 6325 emerges from the corn fields, just east of the Morgan Run shops, on a misty morning.
With OHCR 1293 now on the point, the Cincinnati Limited passes the ex-NKP freight house. Coshocton is where the Ohio Central's headquarters are located.