234 running on main 2 has just a couple more miles to go before he arrives at the intermodal terminal where he will set off all the stacks, and pick up some more single containers and then continu... (more)
Having just completed their setoff and pickup in the intermodal terminal, NS 234 comes off of the Rickenbacker Siding and crosses over to main 1 at CP Craft.
Somewhere in that cloud of white death that 234 is kicking up is not only the rest of his train, but the Cooke Rd signals.
After sitting in Watkins Yard for over an hr, 234 finally makes it to the Lockbourne Siding, where it will enter the Rickenbacker Intermodal terminal to do a setoff and pickup.
234 Starts its daily excange of cars with the new intermodal yard south of Columbus. Much to the delight of locals on Duvall rd. the crossing will be blocked and cleared many times in the next hou... (more)
NS 234 pulls out of the Rickenbacker intermodal terminal, and heads east on the siding past the old grain elevator by Duvall Rd.
234 having just arrived at Rickenbacker stops to make a cut, as everything stacked will stay in Columbus, they also will pick up two more tracks in the yard of single containers and then continue ... (more)
NS 234 arrived in town with a decent length of stacked containers, it dropped them off in Rickenbacker, picked up two BNSF engines, and is seen here departing the yard light power. Normally 234 le... (more)
NS 234 passes by up on the Fairgrounds Viaduct, on one of the only days so far this November where there were clear skys.
A short NS 234 passes by Rohr Rd on its way to the Rickenbacker intermodal terminal, where it will leave all the stacked containers, and pick up more single containers and head east out of town. W... (more)
NS 234 enters Columbus behind the various businesses by busy Powell Rd.
NS 234 passes under the CSX Northern Sub, as part of the heartland corridor, the grade of the NS Columbus district will be lowered here so double stacks can be carried though here.