Locomotives are awaiting their next assignment at the Indiana & Ohio Railway's yard in Norwood, Ohio near Cincinnati. IORY SD40-2 3494 is coupled with GP50 5014, and a pair of CIND RP20BD gensets ... (more)
A classic sentinel of old Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, this old Color Position Light Dwarf Signal still stands guard over the switch from an industrial spur onto the Indiana & Ohio Railway's Midland... (more)
My wife and daughters hold up "Thank You Railroaders" signs for the crew of an I&O loaded Melvin Stone Train at the former PRR Depot in Norwood, now a local Eagles Hall, on the Oakley Wy... (more)
Indiana & Ohio Railway's Lima South Local is passing through the tiny village of Rosewood on the former DT&I.
With a matched set of orange SD40-2's from sister road Indiana & Ohio on the point, the CIND's Honda Turn, running as symbol Z735-12, rolls through the junction of CSX and the CIND at CP Oklahoma ... (more)
The CIND Honda Turn rolls eastbound at Milepost 11 in Sayler Park with the IORY 3472 leading the way, running parallel to the CSX Indiana Subdivision on the left.
The CIND Honda Turn rolls eastbound through the CTLC facility in North Bend. The parallel CSX ex-B&O Indiana Subdivision can be seen on the left. The CIND's ex-NYC main and the B&O run parallel ou... (more)
With four units on the point, the CIND's Honda Turn passes into Yard Limits at Milepost 19 in the small Indiana/Ohio border community of Elizabethtown. The crew would shortly drop the back two uni... (more)
The eastbound CIND Honda Turn passes the sign for the entrance to the CG&B Facility in Anderson Ferry.
My 500th Railpictures.net Photo appropriately features locomotives from my favorite railroad, the I&O. The eastbound CIND Honda Turn makes its way along River Road in Sayler Park, passing the Tecu... (more)
The eastbound CIND Honda Turn cruises along their former NYC / Big Four mainline at Milepost 8 in Trautman, passing the signal at MP 7.9 on the parallel CSX Indiana Subdivision.
The eastbound CIND Honda Turn cruises past the replica Big Four Cleves Depot, which is actually a dentists office cleverly known as "The Dental Depot".
Today's CFE03 has a leader that's something other than G&W orange. IORY 5678 still sports its original Canadian Pacific red, and you can still see the CP logo bleeding through the nose patch.
A southbound IORY freight passes the local from Lima at Jackson Center.