A Super-7 shows off Conrail heritage in Zanesville.
(It should be noted, the yard tracks pictured end in front of me and I am on a public road.)
OHCR 3185 shoves a cut of hoppers back towards the city salt yard on a sunny December afternoon.
A pair of Super-7s (long rebuilt from Western Pacific U23Bs) create a bright spot on a bleak winter day.
The Ohio Central made a rare daylight run to Brewster on Sunday morning, the train is seen passing the "colorful" Dundee Rocks just south of Beach City. Even though we have turned to spring, Mothe... (more)
The Ohio Central Newark Turn (Zanesville-Newark, OH) is seen returning east to Zanesville passing the curve at Nashport, OH. The Newark turn is on duty in Zanesville at 0500 and heads west to Newa... (more)
The Ohio Central Cambridge Turn (Zanesville, OH-Cambridge, OH) is passing through Norwich, OH . This operation runs M-W-F out of Zanesville. This job will switch one to two industries on its' east... (more)
The Ohio Central Cambridge Turn (Zanesville, OH-Cambridge, OH) is passing through the town of New Concord as seen from the RT83 overpass in town. This operation runs M-W-F out of Zanesville. This ... (more)
At the time of this photo it had been over three years since Conrail had taken over operations of the Monongahela RR. I was pleasantly surprised to see this set of ex MGA Super 7 helpers still wor... (more)
The Zanesville local shoves over the Muskingum River bridge with a Super 7 on each end.
The Newark to Parsons turn hustling through Pataskala as storm clouds roll in.
Is on the ten mile branch.
2304,2307 are former Western Pacific 2253,2262 then went to Conrail as 2034,2037 then to Norfolk Southern as 4095,4097. They are sitting on the Manor Branch.
After traveling north from Morgan Run to Warwick all morning, doing work in the yard, and now making the voyage south, this 4 a.m. crew is no doubt aching to be done for the day. This was the firs... (more)
A pair of Super 7s and a pair of GP38s do battle with the grade out of La Baie.
The Arpa Sub Local is already down to a crawl, battling the serious grade out of La Baie (Port Alfred), Quebec.