Q636 rolls west towards AC where it will meet it's counterpart Q637.
Two different generations of Mustangs wait their turn at the Center St crossing, as the NS 174 rolls right on through. the afternoon sun.
The NS 18M rounds the bend, and crosses Center St, passing the old NW signals that protect the diamond.
CSXT 71 lets out a little smoke as it leads its train of empty hoppers under the old C&O cantilever, which is currently on borrowed time, with its replacement already standing in the foreground.
The NS 218 rounds the bend, passing the CPL's and the new sign that reads "Safest Railroad 21 years running, Lake Division goal, WIN Million Man Hour Bell."
Sunset on CSX's Indianapolis line.
A westbound train leaves double track behind as it blasts past the signals at CP 105 on the CSX ex Big Four Indy Line west of Marion, Ohio.
NS 51G gets a green signal to depart Marion Ohio, but shortly after would have to go into emergency due to a computer malfunction.
EL 833 waits by the EL passenger station in Marion, Ohio. With its nose door open, perhaps there is a problem, but 43 years is a long time to remember what was going on. On the other hand, EL 833 ... (more)
CSX local pulls a string of cars towards south Marion.
Grain loads get back on the move as they pass a rare N&W bracket mast guarding the diamond at AC Tower in Marion.
A pair of SD40E's that are typically assigned to helper service on the famed 'West Slope' have found their way to the flatland's of Ohio on a chilly afternoon in Marion, seen passing one of the tw... (more)
A standard cab dash 9, complete with mismatched number boards passes the old NW CPL's that protect the AC Tower interlocking, heading by Marion Union Station.
The Erie lock indicates the heritage of this interlocking.
An eastbound light power move heads by what is left of the code line through Marion for the Mt. Victory Sub, as CSXT 7392, with its marker lights on, brings up the rear.