CSX 4019 leads CSX Q292 into Marion, Ohio where it will stop to drop off intermodal containers for the Schneider distribution on the east side of town.
NS 8101, the Central of Georgia heritage unit, leads NS 188 south as it prepares to cross the CSX Mt. Victory Sub in Marion, Ohio.
A CSX freight rolls eastward in the rain on the former joint Big Four/Erie line past Marion Union Station. The view is from AC Tower, which has been restored by the Marion Union Station Associatio... (more)
Under storm lighting, a Norfolk Southern freight heads south on former Pennsylvania Railroad trackage, crossing CSX's former Big Four/Erie line at Marion Union Station.
Final Days of the CPLs. The end of an era is coming in Marion. The N&W Color-Position Light Signals, which have guarded the diamonds at Marion since the 50s, are being replaced by new "Vade... (more)
The NS 304 rounds the bend, and passes the AC Tower signals, and prepares to pound the diamonds, crossing the CSX Mt. Victory Sub.
The NS 272 passes the old CPL signals, and the new WIN sign, and prepares to pound the diamonds, as it heads east through Marion.
The NS 218 rounds the bend, passing the CPL's and the new sign that reads "Safest Railroad 21 years running, Lake Division goal, WIN Million Man Hour Bell."
A SD60 leads the NS 234 though Marion, as it knocks down the signal for AC Tower, and prepares to pound the diamonds.
NS 234 approaches the diamonds at Marion, with today's power being a sort of new BNSF Gevo. Funny how I catch BNSF Power both times I visit Marion.
An ex-Conrail Dash 8 leads CSX Q123 across the diamonds at Marion.
CSXT 6951 leads a road slug and string of covered hoppers past Union Station as my brother tries a shot through the bushes
Heading west in the last rays of sun on a clear fall day, a couple of CSX GEVOs bring some centerbeams across the Marion diamonds
A local running long hood forward with four cars in tow crosses the NS Sandusky district, heading back to Marion Yard.
NS 218 rounds the curve and passes the NW CPL and prepares to pound the diamond, as it continues east on the Sandusky District.