The power for the NS 233 reflects off a rather large puddle of water left from the recent heavy rains, as it heads out of Portsmouth for Columbus and beyond.
NS 233 climbs hard uphill into iced over Bluefield with a huge stack train bound for Chicago IL.
Guided by a few N&W CPL dwarf signals, the power for the NS 233 heads back into the Portsmouth Yard.
The 233 only a few miles away from Rickebacker now, passes by the intermediate signal at 682, as the sun begins to set.
The NS 233 rounds the bend, and splits the Reneck signal, heading west through Chillicothe.
The NS 233 rolls through the valley by the Waverly signals and an old barn, in the late evening light.
The NS 233 pulls a cut of double stacks out of Rickenbacker, while the rest of its train sits on the siding in the background.
Two NS engines, and a rent-a-wreck in between provide the power on the very fast moving NS 233 moving through the south side of Columbus on a very hot and humid evening.
The NS 233 pulls to the west end of Rickenbacker on the Lockbourne siding, today it will leave behind 3 engines and the first 6 containers. Earlier this year, the yard was expanded, and all the tr... (more)
A pan shot of the NS 8992 leading the NS 233 by a farm crossing, south of Kingston.
NS 233, clear Elmwood.
As the morning fog slowly begins to burn away, westbound stacks storm into the sleepy village of Miller City.
Double Stack train 233 just north of Kingston, Ohio. The rolling foothills of southern Ohio can be seen in the background.
A early morning visit to Coopers trestle on a absolutely beautiful Summer morning, yields a photo of 233 crossing the magnificent trestle and the old N&W Bluestone Branch.
the NS 233 knocks down the signal at Elmwood, and passes a piece of MOW equipment sitting on the siding, as it heads west on the Columbus District.