Hocking Valley Scenic Railway's former Ohio Power Company #3 leading the 3 PM excursion to Logan and return up the lines namesake, Hocking River Valley.
Hocking Valley Scenic Railway's former Ohio Power Company #3 puts on a show leading the 11 AM excursion to Logan and return up the lines namesake, Hocking River Valley.
Nearing the end of its second excursion of the day, Hocking Valley #3 passes one of the many large aggregate quarries along the west end of the line.
Trundling across the fields of Southern Ohio, #3 is about to cross under US Route 33 on its way to Logan and end of track for the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway.
Bridge 59.5, so named for its location 59 and one-half track miles from Columbus, crosses the Hocking River west of Nelsonville. Formerly double-tracked and host to a nearly-endless parade of coa... (more)
Approaching Haydenville, Ohio, #3 passes the former Haydenville depot of the Hocking Valley Railway, later Chesapeake & Ohio. Haydenville was a large brickmaking center, prompting the railroad to... (more)
Running a series of sold-out Fall Foliage trips, Hocking Valley #3 starts the second train of the day out of the Nelsonville depot with a bark. Huge crowds prompted the addition of another train ... (more)
Hocking Valley Scenic Railway's former Ohio Power Company #3, simmers the night away after her first day of pulling public excursions. The 0-6-0 was restored by volunteers with the help of a few s... (more)
Hocking Valley's own number 3 simmers after a successful first day of pulling excursions. There hasn't been a live steam locomotive on the Hocking Valley for 19 years, but recently the HVSR raised... (more)