CSX Q574 tucks under one of the remaining B&O CPL in the Cincinnati area and starts treak across the C&O Bridge which opened in 1929 as replacement to the the original that opened in 1889 under th... (more)
A pair of Veteran SD40-2s sits at KC Junction waiting for Signal Clearance into Queensgate Yard.
CSX Train J767-18, The Worthville Turn, rolls through the curve at Robbins Street under the beautiful spires of the Mother of God Catholic Church.
On a beautiful but frigid Ohio Valley morning, CSX train W943-19 makes it way south past some of the last remaining Color Position Light signals in the Cincinnati Terminal area. The old signal bri... (more)
One of the last Color Position Light signals in the Cincinnati region displays a stop indication as the "Super Blood Wolf Moon" passes overhead. The C&O era name "OB" refers to... (more)
Shortly after crossing the Ohio River, CSX train Q506 is seen passing the pair of CPLs in downtown Covington.
With a gorgeous view of Cincinnati & Covington Devou Park is one place people can't resist taking a walk or an afternoon brunch, photographing wedding and Graduation pictures or the railfan at hea... (more)
P050 rounds the horn at KC Jct turning east toward Russel, Huntington and eventually DC.
CSX Q302 drops the signal for the last time at KC Junction in Covington, Ky. heading east to Russell, Ky. on the Cincinnati Subdivision
KCSM 4658 & KCS 3929 brings W845-18 by KC Junction on a hot summer afternoon with Military vehicles going to New York for training.
"The Early Bird, Gets the Late Bird"- Running around 5 hours late due to Lift Bridge issues near Chicago, the Eastbound Cardinal makes a daylight run through S.W. Ohio and all of Kentuck... (more)
Q316-23 comes across the Ohio River on the C&O bridge with the Cicninnati Skyline in the Background.
Three former Seaboard System GE B36-7s burst out of Covington Tunnel with a southbound piggyback train at Covington, Kentucky, on September 24, 1988. Lead unit No. 5806 has recently been stencille... (more)
Crews fill the Rail Grinder up with Water as it sits in the siding track at KC Junction.