An eastbound CSX train rolls through Marion under the old C&O signals that still protect the diamond on the Columbus sub.
K151 knocks down the signals at CP 105 in Marion on it's way west.
Conrail TV-6 bangs over the diamond at AC Tower.
EL E8 826 and sisters get a wash prior to heading west toward Chicago with heavy traffic in their last weekend of service prior to the formation of Conrail. Right to the end EL washed and kept the... (more)
The eastbound NS 218 passes a cut of cars on the siding to be exchanged with CSX, as a pigeon works on getting out of the way.
A quartet of assorted GEs prepare to slam the diamonds at AC.
A trio of EL E8's wait for the call to go west at Marion. The thrifty EL appears to have just painted the nose area in an effort to keep it's image up, even at this late date.
With the long shadows beginning to creep up to the tracks, the NS 179 heads though Marion, east on the Sandusky District.
Three railfans wave to the crew of the NS 53R, which has two HLCX Rent-A-Wrecks, and a NS ES40DC for power.
A flock of pigeon take flight to get out of the way of the eastbound NS 304, which is bound for Watkins Yard in Columbus.
The NS 18M heads by a few cuts of cars at the east end of Marion Yard, as it heads east on the Sandusky District.
Heading though Marion on the Mt Victory Sub, a westbound train passes a few code line poles which no longer have any code line on them.
The pistol grip levers of AC Tower in Marion, Ohio show years of use. While the tower is is no longer in service it has been impeccably restored by volunteers at Marion Union Station. The Levers... (more)
NS 304 pulls south with BNSF/UP power as they approach the CSX diamonds at Marion.
With another group of HLCX power out of Buckeye yard this move is heading up to Bellevue.