CSX 7495 leads a short Q321 as it passes through Plymouth during its journey from Flint, Michigan to Toledo, Ohio.
Southbound MOW Train.
CSX Q334 is turning south onto the Saginaw Subdivision in Plymouth after heading east from Grand Rapids.
A pair of repainted SD40-2s lead CSX Train Q272 eastward towards Detroit as they pass through Plymouth, Michigan.
CSX 5312 leads Q241 around the Toledo Wye in Plymouth as the train shifts south.
BNSF 9258 leads CSX Train E927, an empty coal train from the Consumers Energy plant in Essexville, Michigan past Plymouth on the Saginaw Subdivision.
CSX 7889 and 9039 team up to pull Q334 onto the Saginaw Subdivision in Plymouth, Michigan.
W99114 has just made the turn at Plymouth and is now heading West across Michigan with three "high / wide" loads for a power plant.
The D717 Plymouth-Detroit turn pulls from East Yard onto #2 track for the run to Rougemere. I'm not sure how long these ex-Pere Marquette signal bridges will last, but it won't be forever!
Q33420 passes through the magical land of dwarf signals on it's way from Grand Rapids to Toledo. The stored auto parts boxcars in the mostly empty North Yard are a sign of the times.