CSX 4838 leads loaded coaltrain U96916 westbound into the sunset in Sterling, Ohio, on the evening of 4/18/14.
CSXT Q259 rounds the curve into Sterling interlocking, passing some stored bulkhead flatcars.
Diverging from the B&O main onto the CL&W, eastbound R354 has a manned Chessie caboose and DuPont caboose bringing up the rear.
Q138 splits the CPLs signals which still are in service despite the new signals in the background that have been up for several months now.
V38313 breaks the CPL line eastward at Sterling, Ohio.
Approaching Sterling, 137 is just over halfway through his journey from Baltimore to Chicago.
8734 leads a pair of BNSF units past three of Sterling's active CPL signals.
Eastbound 148 streaks past the soon to be replaced CPLs at Sterling.
Late in the day Q249 makes an appearance at Sterling, ending a long lull between westbounds on the New Castle Sub.
Autoracks blast by the sadly soon to be out of service B&O CPL's as the clouds of a big thunderstorm move east to leave the photographer with sweet evening light.
In a scene that will soon be gone, a westbound mixed bag knocks the old B&O CPL signal down at Sterling. The line to the left is the east leg of the Sterling Wye and the south end of The CL&W Subd... (more)
The Willard-Akron turn scoots west toward Willard past the old B&O CPL's. Sadly, the writing is on the wall for the CPL's as the new signals are on site and will be cut in, in less than a month.
Q353 splits the Sterling CPL signals for one of the last times. The new signal mounts are in place and this classic shot will be no more within the month.
G37710 takes off westerly for Garrett, IN.
Q24915 heads west by B&O signals.