An empty coal train heads to the Burr Oak Mine with two Ohio Central Tunnel motors for power.
After getting a track warrant to head south an empty coal train is seen along the streets of Dresden heading to Zanesville and eventually the mines near Burr Oak.
OC's 1293 rumbles through the "street trackage" in Dresden Ohio while heading toward excursions on the Byesville Scenic.
The first train through after a heavy snow, Ohio Central tunnel motor 4025 leads the GLT coal loads along the pseudo street running in Dresden on a gloomy winter day.
Fresh snow coats the rails as the 4025 leads coal loads north through the Southeast Ohio woods.
Ohio Central coal empties flee a storm as they roll south near Dresden, Ohio.
Ohio Central coal empties rumble down High Street in Dresden, Ohio after a rain storm. The tracks split the street, and the engineer is looking down at a truck parked close to the tracks.
Dennison RR Days 2004 excursion running eastward on "The Panhandle", today's Ohio Central.
Ohio Central's 5855 trails a northbound coal train through Dresden Ohio in March of 2004.