NS 578 tied down on the left, with NS 852 with OC power on the rear clear the Moler St crossing. A small part of the downtown skyline is visible in the background.
NS 852 heading east on the Panhandle with OHCR 7064 bringing up the rear, doing every bit of 40mph fly through Columbus. 7064 appears to have received a new door since it was painted, as the top o... (more)
The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow... on this day was Dennison, Ohio. Ohio Central RS-18 1800 and former Amtrak F40PH 271 sat at the head of the next day's NRHS convention consist in... (more)
The helpers on the rear of NS 852, which is on its way to head across the Ohio Central Panhandle line, passes by the standing water by Moler St.
A pair of Dash 7's bring up the rear of NS 852, heading east over the Ohio Central Panhandle line.
Ohio Central C30-7s will give NS 852 a push at least part of the way over the former PRR panhandel. The train has just been handed off to the OC at this grade crossing on the former NYC
With a CSX train with an outlawed crew sitting ahead, Ohio Central's Parsons turn now with the CBT crew, which is about to outlaw as well, still sits in the same spot since early morning, due to a... (more)
OHCR 531, complete with mismatched faded number boards, faded and peeling paint, sits in the Lower yard idling away. To see a shot from back in 2006 taken by Andrew Blaszczyk when 531 worked for N... (more)
Former Osborne Yard Bowl locomotive, now OHCR 4602, along with two C30-7's OHCR 7063 and 7064 spend Thanksgiving sitting in the lower yard. They will either pull a pipe train east, or they will be... (more)
CBT-17 on its way home passes by the intermediate signal at MP 3.4, on the Buckeye line.
A pair of ex-Monongahela Super-7's spend the night in Zanesville.
Due to it being very busy out on the NS Dayton District, CBT 17 sits at the end of the Ohio Central panhandle line waiting by the signal for quite a few hrs this afternoon.
The GLT passes the old PRR depot in Roseville, OH on its way to Conesville.
The perfect spot to catch a light power move, Ohio Central heads to Buckeye Yard light, as they pass over the most scenic spot on the NS Buckeye line.
Built as ATSF 7499 in 11/1980, then eventually sold to BC Rail where they added a 2nd set of ditch lights, then it changed hands a few more times, now it wears a nice coat of paint, still has 4 di... (more)