CSX Q134 prepares to take the southeast transfer on a beautiful morning at the "Crossroads of the B&O".
Silhouetted against a rising moon, the southbound signal at North Deshler shows a Medium Approach Slow indication for the approaching Q509. The B&O CPL's here will soon be replaced as part of an i... (more)
The "Train From Hell" gets moving after the last car has cleared the wye in town.
Three CEFX leasers power S507 south on their way to Cincinnati.
Q243 blast off after clearing the wye at Deshler off the Willard Sub. The train is enroute to Lima where next crew change is, then onto Cincinnati. This line is still littered with ex-B&O CPL sign... (more)
Another cloudless morning greets us on our journey across western Ohio as we stop at the Crossroads Park in Deshler. It was certainly a busy morning at that. At one point during the morning, all t... (more)
Southbound Q501 streaks under the B&O signal bridge at South Deshler around 01:00 on Independence Day 2013.
This train is headed south from the westbound CSXT mainline on a hot and humid afternoon.
A pair of recently repainted EMD's pilot a work gang repositioning train south on the B&O, passing under the iconic B&O style cantilever at Deshler Reservoir.
The CPL's at S Deshler still stand without immediate risk of replacement.
The CPL's at N Deshler are being replaced and the new signals are already standing as a work train rolls south.
Northbound Coke train K209 had a smoldering car, the trainmaster was originally going to just let it go on it's merry way but finally cooler heads prevailed and the Deshler Fire Department was cal... (more)