A detouring NS 746 trundles up the hill on the west side of Pataskala surrounded by central Ohio's first snowfall of the winter. NS has been detouring several coal trains over this former PRR Panh... (more)
A fortuitous break in the clouds allows some sunlight to shine on one of the crude oil trains that the former C&O has recently become known for.
A local heads down the High Point, Thomasville and Denton short line. This is a 20 mile short line that is jointly owned by NS and CSX.
A southbound grain train passes through a C&O landscape.
While passing some CR remnants, an intermodal throttles up as it leaves Marion.
New York trash shuffles past the historic Big Four Depot. At this location Q710 will enter the Columbus Line Subdivision.
With crews lawing out around Columbus as a result of the winter delays, a grain train is forced to idle away in a spot not often used for stopping trains in northern Columbus.
234 rolls through Flint with a couple of Canadians on the point.
A short 288 pauses for cross traffic at the B&O diamond as the sun rises on a new day. A remnant of rail is still visible in the bottom right of the photo.
A lone EMD leads a train past "West End Linworth."
An executive leader moves some oil under a classic C&O signal bridge. These signals and associated code line can still be found along the former C&O north of Columbus, OH.
CR heritage plies some former CR trackage. With what little sunlight broke through that morning, big blue fittingly passes some tri-lights in Ansonia. Note the blue disc still hanging on the left ... (more)
Aberdeen, Carolina & Western Railroad (ACWR) 6926 leads a sizable cut of cars beneath a beautiful mid-summer sky.
A CSX guest on NS rails hustles some grain down the Sandusky District.
The Lackawanna heritage unit leads a northbound coal train into the last light of the day.