OHCR 3616 and 3616 pull CBT-17 east on the Buckeye line over the Scioto River, heading back to Newark from there interchange with NS in the now closed Buckeye Yard.
Ohio Central's Buckeye yard turn heads out from under the dark I-670 overpass as it heads home off of the NS.
The Ohio Central Buckeye turn heads through town with 53 cars for NS today
Ohio Centrals entire roster of B36-7s brings the buckeye turn home.
After returning from NS's Buckeye yard, CBT does some switching on the sidings by James Rd, as snow flurries drop a little bit more snow.
Built as ATSF 7499 in 11/1980, then eventually sold to BC Rail where they added a 2nd set of ditch lights, then it changed hands a few more times, now it wears a nice coat of paint, still has 4 di... (more)
CBT-17 heads east off of the Mounds siding with 9 cars, as they were forced to back on here after CSX decided to run a westbound train after CBT already departed Buckeye.
This is the only time where the East Columbus Local had something Ohio Central painted on it, normally it just has two Super 7's still in Conrail paint.
Due trains being backed up everywhere today, CBT-17 is finally on the move again heading home on the Buckeye line.
The conductor of today's buckeye turn climbs back onboard, as they sit and wait for their signal to leave OC's tracks and get on the NS Dayton District.
Ohio Central makes is way on the NS Dayton District to Buckeye yard, with not that long of a train today.
Ohio Central coal empties flee a storm as they roll south near Dresden, Ohio.
Ohio Central coal empties rumble down High Street in Dresden, Ohio after a rain storm. The tracks split the street, and the engineer is looking down at a truck parked close to the tracks.
The Ohio Central coal train heads back to the load out area near Cadiz, at MP 5 on the Cadiz Branch, for another 54 loads of coal which will be destined for Conesville OH. The 3616 is idling, wit... (more)