The UP OCS rolls into the setting sun near Ravenna, Ohio.
CSX train X370 is seen rolling through a sweeping S-curve at BG109 in Ravenna, Ohio led by a very interesting pair of locomotives native to total opposite sides of North America. The lead unit, BC... (more)
As the sun gets low, UP 1943 leads NS 066 through Ravenna, OH as the train tilts around a curve. The train made great time between Altoona and Conway making for nice evening light east of Clevelan... (more)
A pair of standard cab EMDs lug autorack train Q299 westbound past milepost BG111 on the CSX New Castle Subdivision in Ravenna, Ohio after a brief but intense rain storm. The lead unit, 4384, was ... (more)
A pair of SD60E rebuilds lead mixed freight 15K westbound past milepost RD83 on the NS Cleveland Line on what turned out to be a nice, sunny evening trackside.
A pair of EMD locomotives hustle a load of autoracks westbound towards the Sandy Lake Road grade crossing just outside of Ravenna, Ohio on a humid April evening.
11K works its way westbound through the crossovers at CP86 in Ravenna, Ohio behind an ex-Conrail Dash 8 widecab. Some leaves are finally starting to bud on nearby trees as spring starts to show it... (more)
A Single CSX SD50-2 pulls a string of autoracks under the NS Cleveland Line in Ravenna,OH.
NS 400-04 was sitting at CP86 for a crew change. The main was fouled by a non-fatal car-vs-train that happened a few hours earlier.
CO 7504 lead a BO GP9 and Chessie GP40-2 on an eastbound freight east out of Ravenna, Ohio on a dreary snowless winter day in 1981.
During an intense downpour, empty oil train 67W rolls westbound through Ravenna, Ohio behind an NS SD40E rebuild and two BNSF widecabs.
24Z finds a pocket of sunlight as it rushes east through the Lake Street crossing in Ravenna, Ohio, the good looking (but dirty) Virginian heritage unit leading the way.
A former Conrail C40-8 leads a string of empty hoppers west.
15N rolls west through the plant at CP86 (formerly CP "Rave") in Ravenna behind an interesting mix of Norfolk Southern, Canadian Pacific, and Citirail power. Even more interesting - the power was ... (more)