Newly cosmetically restored, C&O 2700 sits on display near the old Pennsy depot in Dennison.
C&O 2700 rests in the eerily quiet historical district of Dennison, Ohio.
Thank you Jerry Joe wherever you are. I will remember Ohio Central in the early 2000s as I imagine older fans remember such operations as the Louisiana Easternin the early sixties.
2700 was built by Alco in 1943, and retired around 1956 by the C&O. She was placed on display in a park in Charleston, WV for many years, before being moved to St. Albans, WV in the 1970s. She was... (more)
For only the second time this year, the former Ohio Central Super 7's got paired up to run together as they head east towards Jewett, OH
The OC 1293 prepares for an early morning departure from Dennison with an excursion to Mingo Junction.
Though an Ohio Central railroad was in existence as early as 1879, there are simply too many conflicts in the railroad time line to improvise a realistic tale of a viable and sovereign Ohio Centra... (more)
Now this was a passenger train that looks like one. Not likely to be mistaken for an overgrown segmented worm. Thanks for the excellent events and hospitality to Jerry Joe and all OHCR employees... (more)
The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow... on this day was Dennison, Ohio. Ohio Central RS-18 1800 and former Amtrak F40PH 271 sat at the head of the next day's NRHS convention consist in... (more)
Air brake equipment at speed.
A westbound loaded coal drag from the Nelms Mine a few miles east of this location at Miller Station, OH rolls through the small town of Dennison and past the restored PRR station. Please note, th... (more)
An old C&O K4 2700 Class sits on display next to the restored PRR Dennison Depot and the Ohio Central Panhandle Line. The old Depot now serves as a nice eatery.
Clouds skim past the moon as GTW 6325 is put to bed after an exciting performance at TrainFest 2004.