21 years after Conrail's flag fell, Ohio Central 4095 still sports that classic blue as it hits the first light of the morning heading towards Cambridge.
Heading towards Newark, the ECL made up of two Super 7's, 4095 in as acquired paint, while 4099 wears new G&W paint. The rest of the power is two NS dash 9's and an Ohio Central painted SD40-2.
The ECL heads east across the panhandle, with a NS coal train in tow. So far the only Ohio Central engine wearing G&W colors, OHCR 4099 is trailing.
A Super 7, GP38-3, Dash 9, SD70M-2 and a SD40-2 pull NS 852 out from under I-670 and around the curve heading East across Ohio Central.
The East Columbus Local passes a line of SD40-2s waiting for helper assignments on its way to service Cargill salt and Pepsi.
The ECL sits tied down for the day on the Blacklick siding, the trailer to the right is the office for the ECLs crew. The only spot not covered in deep snow is where the ECL was sitting before the... (more)
OHCR 4095 and 4097, both former Conrail Super 7's pull off the siding to begin their work switching out the industries in Columbus on the panhandle line.
OC returning to home rails after interchanging with CSX at Parsons Yard
Bought by the Monongahela Railroad, OHCR 4095 works as Morgan Run shop switcher on this sunny March day