During the NRHS 2006 convention, 1293 makes one of her last trips under the Ohio Central flags. The train stops in Morristown for a quick runby.
Ohio Central 1293 leads a NRHS excursion northbound towards Sugarcreek, where 1293 will be taken off the train and ORHS 471 will take the lead
Ohio Central 7137 leads a combination Coal/Trash train eastbound on the Panhandle
Ohio Central 7220 running long hood forward leads an eastbound NRHS excursion at Bowerston
A string of Ohio Central geeps sit at the site of the former Republic Steel inhouse railroad. Center Street use to be lined with blast furances, today it a sorry brownfield with nothing remaining.
Two former NS/Conrail/MGA/WP units depart Warwick yard with freight off the CSX.
Former NS/Conrail/MGA/WP units team up to haul for the Ohio Central. The red/white/black unit is former New Castle Industrial RR 4094,also ex MGA, recently aquired by the OC.
Originally Western Pacific U23Bs 2261 & 2254, both were rebuilt by GE as Super7-23Bs, sold to Monongahela Railway and renumbered 2309 & 2304, acquired by Conrail as 2039 & 2034, then CSX 3188 & NS... (more)
Fans compose their shots as 1293 backs up prior to making a runby.
1293 slowly backs down the new connection track towards the Panhandle. This track was built for the trash trains which arrive from the NS at Mingo Jct.
Eastbound on the Joint Line, this passenger special was the second train in less than an hour!
The latest in cow herding technology, circa 1943.