A short burst of sunlight finds four units leading empties south at West End Linworth.
An EMD leader hustles a mainline freight south on a gorgeous afternoon in northeast Ohio.
A pair of 80MACs lead an empty coal train under the now gone PRR signal bridge at CP-Leets.
A standard cab leader rattles the diamonds in Marion on an early spring evening. A few years back 117 was a reliable late afternoon/early evening mixed freight that often had good leaders.
A loaded westbound coal train heads downhill and around the curve at the 134 signal bridge.
A northbound grainer catches the last rays of sun on a beautiful fall evening. On this day, CSX ran 3 late afternoon northbounds in close succession on their sporadically used Scottslawn Secondary... (more)
After severe thunderstorms cleared out, a northbound intermodal makes great time as it passes the signal that still stands just outside of "Raymond".
A daily morning freight heads south around the curve next to a horse farm 13 miles north of its destination of Parsons Yard.
An eclectic lashup leads a southbound manifest past the signal at "Monnett" on one of the Sandusky District's stretches of single track.
Empties roll north on the Scottslawn Secondary which has seen an uptick in traffic. A fortuitous patch of sunshine illuminates the switch indicator signal at "Kile" that is a holdover fr... (more)
After waiting for a northbound intermodal to clear and getting a new crew, a southbound freight throttles up out of the siding at "South Deshler".
A solo SD60E leads 9 retired SD70s to their final resting place.
Nine retired SD70s are shuffled south to their final resting place.
The daily northbound freight passes the switch indicator in Marysville during a gorgeous spring afternoon.
One of CSX's newer EMDs leads southbound empties at "Meredith".