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 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)
CSX light engines heading through the diamonds at Marion
Dozens of trains crossing the diamonds daily means maintaining them every month. And maintaining them means welding them up and grinding them down, as seen here.
A 200 car coal train heads south past AC Tower where railfans watch from all levels.
A railfan watches NS 234 roll by next to the preserved AC tower. When AC tower was in service, it was located just across the tracks from the station, and was a bit higher up then it is today.
A bit of fall colors show in the trees behind the eastbound 18M passing though Marion on a busy afternoon.
NS 186 passes the old CPL as it rolls east on the Sandusky District through Marion.
An eastbound train on the Sandusky District pass by a pile of scrap metal in the background, and passes the old CPL, as it heads though Marion.
A Norfolk Southern "Brick" strikes a classic long hood forward scene on the Ex Pennsy Sandusky Line.
This was my first time to Marion, OH, and boy was I impressed. The community of Marion has done an excellent job of providing a railfan friendly park to railfans to watch the endless action that g... (more)
A fence is all that separates these young girls, here for a birthday party, from the object of their attention, a CSX freight.
Columbus bound NS 10M passes the old NW signals that protect the AC diamond, heading east on the Sandusky District in the late evening.
A few days after a major storm hit the area, this train is still showing the effects, with snow on the nose and kicking up dust along it.
On a cold but clear day, a pair of standard cabs head south, heat waves everywhere. Some MoW workers can be seen just above the cab clearer a crossover.