As work continues on the move of the former B&O / CH&D Depot in Hamilton from its original location to a new location a few hundred feet away (still trackside but farther away from active rails), ... (more)
A CSX Mother/Slug set running engine lite off of train L425-11 heads west over the Great Miami River on the Indianapolis Subdivision in Hamilton, Ohio.
CSX manifest freight M358-11 crosses the Great Miami River and starts the climb up the hill going west out of Hamilton, Ohio on the former B&O Indianapolis Subdivision.
With an oddball boxcar in front of their usual intermodal traffic, NS train 216 rolls northbound on CSX's former B&O Cincinnati to Toledo mainline as train Z181-05, seen here crossing over a stone... (more)
A rather oddball pairing of CSX SD40-3 No. 4035 running Long Hood Forward and Canadian National ET44AC No. 3152 leads CSX train L421-30 across the Great Miami River Bridge in Hamilton, Ohio on the... (more)
Our eight year old daughter (and potential future railfan) Naomi exchanges waves with the Engineer of CSX train Q361-15 as it crosses the Great Miami River in Hamilton on the former B&O Indianapol... (more)
Having rolled off the end of Pit 20, C&O 3888 is lifted back onto the track as neighbors look on and shop foreman Fred Lawyer (white hat at left) supervises. Fred was a great guy and allowed me on... (more)
Waiting for Hill 5 to finish loading.
Our three daughters goof around for the camera on the west shore of the Great Miami River in Hamilton as CSX train J784-03 crosses the river heading west on the Indianapolis Subdivision.
Our three daughters give a wave to the Engineer of CSX manifest freight train Q361-20, getting a wave and a short horn blast in return, as it crosses the Great Miami River Bridge in Hamilton, Ohio... (more)
After a day running over the mainline, CSX geometry train W003 with GP40WH-2 9969 on the point ties down for the weekend at the small yard in Hamilton, Ohio. The American flag at Matandy Steel pr... (more)
Southbound at Butler St., the GCFX 3093 (now classed as an SD40-2), built as GN 323, (an SDP40) and also held the distinction of running as BN 1976, the railroad's Bicentennial unit.
Holding down Pit 20 on a cold November day, here's the real thing.
A long manifest heads south into Hamilton after meeting a unit grain train heading back onto the New Castle District.