A grain train sits off to the left, ready to head west on the Columbus District, while a few engines sit off by the yard office.
An old high hood switches out boxcars in the yard at Portsmouth.
After receiving a quick recrew, NS 233 is back on the road as it departs Portsmouth to the west with doublestack containers in tow.
The Heartland Corridor is open for business.
NS 233 highballs west through W.E. Portsmouth enroute to it's next destination of Columbus, OH.
The NS 862 rounds the bend and passes by the Scioto County Sheriff's Department, as it heads west through Portsmouth.
NS 234 arrives into Portsmouth Yard just moments before sunset.
NS 8405, a Conrail widebody dash eight leads a second sectioned 17M, entitled M7M into the Portsmouth Yard on a beautiful evening.
A westbound loaded coke train sits in the Portsmouth Yard ready to head west. The only problem is that a cut of boxcars on the same track, seem to be conflicting with NS 7613's path.
NS 233 arrives into Portsmouth Yard on a beautiful and rather mild March evening. The train will make a brief halt in the yard to allow for a quick crew change before continuing west to Columbus.
After receiving a quick recrew at Portsmouth, NS 233, a westbound hot shot intermodal train departs the yard and heads for Columbus in the last light of the evening. CPL's, such as the one photogr... (more)
Preparing to enter Portsmouth Yard, NS train 18M (Elkhart, IN to Linwood, NC) splits the full complement of CPL signals at Spring Lane.
A N&W caboose brings up the end a train as it sits in the
Portsmouth Ohio yard.
Coke train NS 856 heads under the old NW cantilever signal at Waller St, as it begins it trip west on the Columbus District.
A coal train sits ready to go, while a couple other trains wait for power, and will eventually head out of the Portsmouth Yard, west on the NS Columbus District.