Was it just my impression or, once the Chessie cats began to appear, did their unrepainted sombre sisters start to get a disproportionate number of assignments to the local jobs?
D716 is heading south out of yard at Plymouth as it approaches Main Street.
Q216 being led by two brand new engines of the CSX Fleet.
Back when crewmen kept a watchful eye from the rear end -- two C&O employees monitor a westbound coal train's progress around the Plymouth wye.
The Chesapeake & Ohio doing its thing -- moving coal! In this case, the SD40 has four B&O four-axle units for help.
The GP30 was pointing the wrong way, so a lowly Geep gets the honors of leading this southbound freight toward Toledo.