The I&O pass one of the rare spots on the Logan Sub that is not overgrown, as they continue their 10mph trip from Lancaster to Columbus to interchange with CSX in Parsons Yard.
CEFX 6671 sets in IORY's Springfield Yard on a rare sunny winter day.
The I&O heads through the Hendron Rd grade crossing with CEFX 6671, which recently has been put out of service by the FRA.
Approaching the Rager Rd crossing, the I&O head though the tree tunnel, with some weeds growing on the track.
Near the beginning of their trip to Columbus, the I&O pass through the Fair Ave crossing on a very warm summer evening.
Heading west on the Logan Sub, the I&O make it over to Coonpath Rd, on their way to Columbus to interchange with CSX.
The I&O head out from under the US 33 overpass in the background, as they pass by what probably is one of the least obstructed spots on the Logan Sub.
The conductor gives us a wave as the I&O passes along side of Carroll Cemetery Rd, on their way to Columbus with 21 cars.
Rolling down the beat up old track made out of 100 lb rail, the I&O make their way up the Logan sub, on their way to Columbus to exchange a few cars with CSX, and to switch out Griffin Wheel.
The I&O head west towards Columbus on the Logan sub with two engines, and about 20 cars. Normally there is only a single engine on this entire line.
A mix of old and new paint styles for the I&O with CNRY 85 and I&O 4036.
Only a few CEFX units had this paint scheme