Having just parked its train of eight passenger cars on a nearby siding, the crew of OHCR 3340 slowly drift west, passing the Dennison Depot, site of a WWII PRR canteen for soldiers headed to the ... (more)
Though an Ohio Central railroad was in existence as early as 1879, there are simply too many conflicts in the railroad time line to improvise a realistic tale of a viable and sovereign Ohio Centra... (more)
The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow... on this day was Dennison, Ohio. Ohio Central RS-18 1800 and former Amtrak F40PH 271 sat at the head of the next day's NRHS convention consist in... (more)
Ship by rail is the theme of this photograph.
Some of the best shots of the Convention came on the day there was no excursion. For a few minutes between storms the sun came out and lit the consist sitting at Dennison. The reminents of a rainb... (more)
Dennison Depot's "tank engine" sits with a string of vintage freight cars, as a father and son carefully inspect the "train". The rainbow above is a nice touch, too.
OHCR 1800 and the NRHS Convention consist sit on the siding at Dennison awaiting tomorrow's run with a full rainbow overhead. Note the Orville Railroad Historical Society's blue GP7 on the rear.
C&O 2700 sets silently at the Dennison Depot, I overheard someone ask if this is the engine that will be pulling the train today
OHCR 706 takes part in the crane demenstration by the Dennison depot for Train festival 2004.
OHCR 6325 sits on display on the last day of Train Festival as OHCR 7573 takes over.
OHCR 1293, made up as CPR 1293, sits waiting for a busy weekend ahead of her.
OHCR 9100 sits on display at Dennison in B&O blue and gold the day before Train Festival 2004 got underway.
OHCR 4218 is one of the many engines on the display line.
OHCR 3567 is one of the many engines on the display line.
For a short time on Friday morning, Flagg Coal Co. 75, the only visiting steamer at TrainFestival 2004, towed around an Ohio Central caboose.