OHCR 4092 provides the power today, while they unload a few hoppers full of coal, you can see a large shovel on the building getting ready to scoop a load out of one of the cars, which then will l... (more)
The ECL heads east across the panhandle, with a NS coal train in tow. So far the only Ohio Central engine wearing G&W colors, OHCR 4099 is trailing.
The First Ohio Central locmotive in G&W paint makes a run into columbus with a sister still in Conrail paint.
Two Super 7's and three C30-7's lead a light coal train between Bowerston and Dennison.
OHCR 4093 leads a northbound train in the morning light. Fuji Provia 100F
A Super 7, GP38-3, Dash 9, SD70M-2 and a SD40-2 pull NS 852 out from under I-670 and around the curve heading East across Ohio Central.
Southbound sister super seven's (trying saying that 10 times), OHCR 4096 and 4097 return from Joyce Iron & Metal with scrap loads along the former CA&C/PRR.
A pair of ex-Monongahela Super-7's spend the night in Zanesville.
The southbound Ohio Central "Steel Train" left the WLE Brewster Yard a few miles ago.They are seen here heading home with a big train.
The Ohio Central "Steel Train is seen crossing The Tuscawaras River.Todays train features a handsome pair of painted Super-7s.
The Coshocton Local using the former New Castle Industrial Super-7.This unit was traded to the OHCR for a GP-9 from the New Castle Industrial.
The OHCR "Steel Train" hustles northward south of Sugarcreek .A sweet pair of former Conrail B23-7Rs lead todays train.It is a shame to see this classy railroad go.A big thanks to Dave Baer with h... (more)
The OHCR "Steel Train" is seen cresting Baltic Hill.A sweet pair of former Conrail B23-7Rs lead todays train.A big thanks to local expert Dave Baer with his help chasing the OHCR.
The subtle beauty of an Ohio sunset glows in the west as the Ohio Central's two repainted Super 7s lead the Coshocton-Newark turn under Ohio 60 toward Newark