A shiny blue CEFX SD60 leads a westbound ethanol train over Sandusky Bay on a beautiful summer afternoon.
NS 9511 traverses Sandusky Bay during golden hour.
No GE's Here, almost no NS either. PRLX 200 formerly a BNSF/ATSF SD75M on lease to CN with two rather rare units trailing a BCOL Barn and a IC SD70, pulls passed the Sandusky Yard Office for a cre... (more)
As the day slowly ends, NS 309 disturbs the peace in the wetlands adjacent to the tracks, as it splits the CD-244 NYC signals with NS C40-9 8826 leading. Both of these classics are fading into his... (more)
With the lakeshore close by, NS 21Z flies through the CD-244 NYC signals with NS 7516 leading. There are many endangered NYC signals along the ex- NYC Waterlevel route.
Wheeling Stone train awaits orders and crew to depart the Huron Cement and Stone loop yard, sitting adjacent the massive 680 foot 1973 Toledo built self unloading bulk cargo ship, the Adam E. Corn... (more)
BNSF 7400, surprisingly fairly clean, idles in Norfolk Southern's Sandusky Yard in Sandusky, OH just after being coupled to a Southbound sand train on a fine Spring afternoon.
29G eases into the PRR's former Sandusky Yard with a tophat doing the honors.
BNSF War Bonnet leads an NS merchandise train near Port Clinton, Ohio near sunset at Gypsum, home of U.S. Gypsum corporation . The loads included three flats of John Deere tractors.
Steam locomotive Myron H. races a different breed of track vehicle - the Millennium Force roller coaster. Myron H. was built by Vulcan Iron Works in 1922 and started out as a locomotive fo... (more)
Steam locomotive Myron H. waits in the rain after completing a circuit around the amusement park.
Myron H. was built by Vulcan Iron Works in 1922 and started out as a locomotive for th... (more)
NW 558, a high hood GP30 wears its somber color scheme at Sandusky, OH among some interesting old railroad structures at what appears to be a rather make shift engine facility. 1981 was a tough ye... (more)