NS 304 with a standard cab dash 9 and a wide cab dash 9 running elephant style head west past the eastbound signal that protects the interlocking at Scioto.
NS 7691 leads NS 304 into Columbus by Lincoln Ave in a very nice evening.
NS 304 in the late evening light passes by the railfan hangout at Cooke Rd.
A very long NS 304 passes by Weber Rd, with just a few miles left to his trip from Bellevue, OH to Buckeye yard here in Columbus.
A very long NS 304 labors to climb the hill, as it gets closer to its destination of Buckeye yard.
NS 304 passes though one of the only spots that still has sunlight in the late evening. Trailing power is a BNSF dash 9, and a CSX dash 8.
NS 304 with a lot of power rolls by Lincoln Ave.
The conductor of NS 304 does a roll by of NS 305 at Cooke Rd, he will find a steel coil car towards the rear of the train with the hand break still on, and smoking good.
A SD70M-2 and a Dash 9 running elephant style approach Harper Rd, a few min earlier, they were following a guy riding a bike on the track, who got off the track at the crossing.
After a long delay due to 13J stalling on the Weber Connector, NS 304 finally heads west, getting closer to its destination of Buckeye yard.
Once a grade crossing, now an overpass, NS 304 heads under the Campus View Blvd overpass.
Almost at its destination, an unpatched SP unit leads an '80s-looking lashup into the yard limits.
After sitting for a while at CP 138, NS 304 makes a rare westbound move on main 2 out of the tunnel and past the eastbound signals for CP 138.
NS 304 rolls west off of the Scioto River bridge, past the signal for Scioto, trains tend to run left on this part of the NS Dayton district, as the signal for the other track is not visible until... (more)
NS 304 with a BNSF Dash 9 in the lead sits tied down, as NS 23N lights up the nose of BNSF 4580, and streaks by.