A pair of YN2 AC4400's lead Selkirk to Cincinnati manifest freight Q561 as it heads south through Tipp City, Ohio. The Toledo Sub is still home to numerous B&O CPL signals like this one.
After waiting in the siding for a northbound to clear, a southbound freight gets back under way through the iconic scene in Tipp City.
Q351 passed the CPL at Main Street in Tipp City with a SD50 doing the honors.
A classic CPL guides a southbound grain train as it breaks through a quiet early morning.
CSX 2265 crosses over Main Street in Tipp City were the B&O CPLs still stands.
After waiting for Q500 to come north K516 starts out of the siding at Tipp City. This train is handed off to the CSX at New Castle PA from the B&P who picks it up at AK steel in Butler. This train... (more)
Just a few seconds before this photo was taken, the crew called "CSX 7580, Clear South Tipp, Q241 Out" on the radio.
Southbound CSX Q241 cruises by the recently remodeled Mauk Cabinets by Design building at the south end of Tipp City siding.
Phosphate train K803 southbound on the CSXT Toledo Subdivision, passes through downtown Tipp City on a pleasant weekday morning.
HLCX 7230 leads a southbound at the south end of Tipp City siding
Q507 passes a very old building in downtown Tipp City.
Q517 south on the main, crossing Ross Road just south of Tipp City. Note: Behind me is the 70.7 detector
Q245 passes a slower freight which waits in the siding.
A Diversity in Motion CW44-6 sets in the siding waiting for faster trains to pass on the main.