A southbound freight splits the ex-Monon semaphores at MP 133.2 south of Romney, IN.
Two GE's have a good roll on their train as they head south through the town of Romney.
A southbound grain train splits the old Monon semaphores at Romney, Indiana. Today is the 1 year anniversary that the most famous photographed pair of Monon semaphores were taken down after nearly... (more)
A veteran SD40-2 leads 5 other EMDs on J726 as they split the now removed blades at South Romeny just days before they were removed.
A CSX crew member takes a torch to the mounting bolts of the South Romney Semaphore. Within minutes the mast and blade were laying on the ground. I was honored to see her finial days and to witnes... (more)
A late summer storm rolls across Indiana displaying one of the most spectacular light shows I've ever seen. There was a few times that I thought to myself "Am I totally out of my mind for shooting... (more)
Last Stand. J-726 splits the Semaphores at MP-138 on the CSX Monon Sub on the last day of operation of the Semaphore Signals at South Romney.
Q643 splits the Semaphores at North Romney on the CSX Monon Sub in the last days of operations of the Semaphores.
The signal location known as "South Romney" no longer exists on the former Monon mainline. CSX crews gently lower the southward semaphore to the ground as the cutover to modern signalling continue... (more)
The 93-year-old semaphores at North Romney, Ind., have exactly 10 days to live on this beautiful spring day in March 2009, and a freshly-shopped GP38-2 leading J771 only adds to the historic ambia... (more)
An evening mixed CSX freight splits the uprights north of Romney.
In what can only be described as the perfect ending to a great day, CSX 8181 leads the J726 south through the South Romney blades.
With the sun on the western horizon, three big units lead a 50-car CSX ballast train south through the semaphores guarding what was once the north end of Romney siding.
A time exposure of the southbound signal at South Romney, Ind., in the last summer of its almost-century-long existence. A full moon paints passing clouds high above.
CSX has assigned one unit to lift the mix of ethanol and cement empties and grain loads on J771 out of the Wabash River valley. The semaphores, barn and changing leaves make for a pastoral scene o... (more)