Three Gevos lead southbound manifest Q511 through the CPL's at South Deshler.
A pair of EMDs bring Q365 through the interlocking at South Deshler after turning the corner in town. The B&O position lights stand for now, though their days are numbered.
After meeting two north bounds, CSXT 7637 leads K427 out of the west siding onto the main at South Deshler in some sweet evening light.
On a picture perfect morning, FURX 3029 leads auto rack train Q272 past the Deshler reservoir as it begins to make the right turn onto the Willard Sub.
Q231 trots over the B&O at Deshler, sporting a C40-8 & AC6000CW for power.
6012,6228 goes into the siding while the blue gray CSX unit waits on the main for it to clear before proceeding north.
Southbound . The signal bridge is gone now .
Southbound train from Toledo running on the former Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton line crosses the diamond at Deshler. This place still sees a lot of action.
An eastbound waits for a signal at Deshler against a stunning Ohio sunset.
Good friend and contributor John Puda tries his luck at hooking the big one as Q272 breaks the silence of darkness, heading north on the Toledo Sub taking the connection to head west on the Willar... (more)
A NS C40-9W takes a long intermodal train through the farm fields of Northwestern Ohio on a cool Saturday in March.
E937 heads back west to Chicago, where it will head to the Powder River Coal Basin in Wyoming.
Super Bowl Sunday morning finds CSX Auto Rack train south of Deshler, OH in a heavy snow storm.
Q501 starts to make the turn from the Garrett Sub to the Toledo Sub with a Santa Fe warbonnet Dash 9 leading a mixed collection of CSX power.