The ECL sits tied down for the day on the Blacklick siding, the trailer to the right is the office for the ECLs crew. The only spot not covered in deep snow is where the ECL was sitting before the... (more)
Train PR-3X, running on the Amtrak Northeast Corridor at Milepost 179.36 - they're running past the old Warwick Railway running track curving to the right, on the way to the Seaview in Davisville/... (more)
In a classic all GE A-B-A lash-up, the B23-7R 2215 leading B unit 3004 and B39-8E 3909 with 37 empty coal hoppers, crossing Mendon Road. Just a tad too chilly for some of that famous Del's Frozen ... (more)
OHCR 4095 and 4097, both former Conrail Super 7's pull off the siding to begin their work switching out the industries in Columbus on the panhandle line.
Power for PR-2 waiting at the cross ties on the house track, while Chet's getting ready to patrol the main from Valley Falls down to the "MUD" old Moshassuck Valley Railroad
The Ohio Central's East Columbus Local sets out a cut of cars in the yard and then heads back east to do more work in the first snow of the year.
The tiny, nondescript building alongside Tunnel Hill Road near Crooksville, Ohio, has seen the trains of several railroads, the latest being the Ohio Central. The sign reads "Harrison Township Wes... (more)
A former Conrail Super 7 ducks through the shadows as it rolls through New Concord, Ohio while in charge of the Ohio Central's Cambridge turn on a snowy February morning.
The village of Roseville was probably mostly asleep until Super 7 4093 lead a southbound trash train through town around 7:30 a.m.
The Steel Train heads south out of the yard after interchanging with CSX.
After interchanging with CSX, The Ohio Central Steel Train (CSX Z610, while on CSX track) heads south on the ex-B&O RJ Corman line.
This pair of former Conrail Super 7's are sitting on a siding, waiting for their current owners, Ohio Central to put them to work.
The OC heads south after completing interchange with CSX at Warwick.