NS 375 heads up the grade by Harper Rd, with a SD50 still in Conrail paint in the lead.
NS 375 with NS 9346 as its sole power lets out a little smoke as it passes through the Harper Rd grade crossing. A little bit of the skyline is visible to the left.
The conductor talks to the NS Special Agent, before she jumped back in her vehicle and went to look at something towards the rear of this loaded rail train.
Today LY19 is returning home long hood forward, with twice as many cars as usual, normally it just has one car.
NS 380, with the LY01 crew taking it from the yard to CP 139, where it will pick up the crew that will take it down the West Virginia Secondary, round the curve by Harper Rd.
The conductor of NS 184 waves as they head west on the NS Dayton district.
A SD70M-2 and a Dash 9 running elephant style approach Harper Rd, a few min earlier, they were following a guy riding a bike on the track, who got off the track at the crossing.
Two GP38-2's and an SD40-2 pull this train west on the NS Dayton District.
After a long delay due to 13J stalling on the Weber Connector, NS 304 finally heads west, getting closer to its destination of Buckeye yard.
A lot of littler lines the tracks in the area by Harper Rd, as the AK Steel ore train quickly passes though this area.
CBT-17 rounds the curve by Harper Rd heading west to Buckeye Yard.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus train approaches the Harper Rd crossing, after a short stop in Columbus for a crew change.
This train is returning back to NS's Buckeye yard after picking up two cars that derailed at Weber Rd. See picture 201846 and 201848 from the derailment site.