The sun has just risen in this glint view of the ex-CN Geep sitting in rural Indiana.
In a rare move into downtown Columbus, CAMY 01-12 and IBCX 7042 wait on a signal at CP 139 before heading back west towards the Camp Chase switch.
IBCX Geeps 7042, 4618, 7076 and 7225 squeeze into the new Camp Chase shop track on a cold January afternoon.
IBCX 7042 and IBCX 4618 roll west along the Camp Chase Railway with a cut of wheat hoppers for Ardent Mills.
CAMY 01-18 pauses briefly at the Camp Chase switch on Norfolk Southern's Dayton District before pulling onto home rails.
IBCX 7042 and 7076 spot a small cut of grain hoppers at Ardent Mills on a sunny September afternoon.
IBCX 7042 and CAMY 01-25 stop to work Skinny Siding as a west side skater makes use of the Camp Chase Trail.
With cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 60s providing good working weather, mechanics from Silcott Railway Equipment change out a traction motor on Camp Chase Railway's IBCX 7042.
Camp Chase's trio of Geeps roll across Big Darby Creek on a sunny March morning.
IBCX 7042 and a cut of boxcars for the Columbus Dispatch wait on the main as conductor Brenden Keener protects the shove into Royal Paper.
Two of Camp Chase's GP9Rs and a buffer car wait for NS178 to clear track 1 before getting track time to head west to Buckeye Yard where a cut of hazmat tankers await pickup.
IBCX 7042 and 7225 work Ardent Mills on a warm, late October afternoon on Columbus' west side.
IBCX 7042 waits with a cut of hoppers on the main as sister Geep IBCX 7076 comes out Ardent Mills on a sunny August morning.
IBCX 7042 and CAMY01 wait for permission to open up the Camp Chase switch on Norfolk Southern's Dayton District and make their way to Buckeye Yard.