Ohio Central 1293 now has control of the train for the return trip northbound to Byesville
Looking down the Firemans side of OHCR 1293. NOTE: This is a reverse move shot, we are traveling away from the bridge
Ohio Central #1293 sits in Byesville on the night of one of three days of excursions. A big thanks to fellow RP member Zach Marlow for the lighting.
OHCR 1293 setting in Byesville between excursions trips
Ohio Central 1293 running on the Byesville Scenic Railway at Derwent
Ohio Central 1293 running on the Byesville Scenic Railway south of Byesville
A long way from it's former home in the Powder River Basin, a BN C30-7 leads another western sister on Ohio Central train NPT.
Ohio Central train NPT heads toward Port Columbus with a motley collection of power including a F40 rebuild, a GP30M, a SD40 and a SD40T-2. Note the jet trails in front of the lead unit.
A former CSX C30-7 has been rebuilt and repainted at Juniata for OHCR.
From hauling coal on the MGA to trash on the Ohio Central, GE Super 7's -OHCR 4096 and 4097 pull a cut of trash for Newark as the conductor prepares to restore the derail.
Ohio Central 1293 in resting in Byesville, where she spent the weekend pulling passenger excursions
A "Business Black" Ohio Central GP9 switches out boxcars at the large paper mill in Coshocton on the Labor Day weekend.
Ohio Centrial was leasing this old SD9 to power a fiber optic cable laying train.
Note the second car in the train is the trench digger and is made from a former ATSF G.E. C-30-7 frame and truck... (more)
Ohio Central had this parked just north of where all the action was for the weekend. It has to be the best looking MLW RS-18 there is today.
Dennison RR Days 2004 excursion running eastward on "The Panhandle", today's Ohio Central.