NS empty oil train 67Z about to knock down the signal at milepost 158.5 with a BNSF SD75M rebuild in the lead.
NS extra autorack train 29E splits the signals at CP Mentor
Dubbed the “C&O heritage unit, PRLX 4834 leads NS W10 through Mentor, Ohio on a windy, cold day.
CSX Q165 at QD 160 with a Canadian Pacific AC44CW still in it's original CP Rail paint scheme on the point.
CSX empty ethanol train K603 heads past QD 160 on a warm March afternoon
CSX Q389 slowly rolls west through Mentor, Ohio with a C40-8W in the lead.
A very long Q561 heads west through Mentor, Ohio in some nice mid-afternoon sunlight.
NS 65K, a CSX K713 that was re-routed at Buffalo NY onto the NS Lake Erie District, splits the signals at CP Mentor on a freezing March afternoon.
Hotshot intermodal train Q001 flies west through QD 160.
CSX Q017 passes QD 160 on a slightly-warm February afternoon.
Q009 makes a daylight appearance in Northeast Ohio, which has been quite uncommon lately, with a YN3B C40-8W in the lead.
A long Q389 with an SD40-3 leader is almost blocked by a huge Q020 eastbound intermodal train.
A short Q635 loaded trash train passes QD 160 in late morning sunlight.
Having to wait to enter the Collinwood Yard, CSX Q385 begins to slow down. This was most likely the last train to travel through Mentor in complete sunlight for at least the next week or two.
Making for quite a similar scene, another CSX Q389 with a YN2 C40-8W leader rolls through Mentor, Ohio around noon.