Two Ohio Central Super-7s squeal around the hills on the old B&O line to Cambridge.
A pair of Super-7s (long rebuilt from Western Pacific U23Bs) create a bright spot on a bleak winter day.
After doing some work at Joyce Iron & Metal, the ECL heads back to the main, with the first Ohio Central engine painted in the G&W paint scheme.
The first orange Ohio Central unit since the G&W takeover leads another Super 7 southbound on the old CA&C after working Joyce Iron & Metal.
The First Ohio Central locmotive in G&W paint makes a run into columbus with a sister still in Conrail paint.
The Steel Train heads south out of the yard after interchanging with CSX.
WB freight is stopping to pick up coil steel cars. Pennsy built those bridges to last.
These Super Series engines are popular with mechanical department.
Ohio Central 4099 performs switching moves in and out of Warwick Yard. The train is long enough that they reach S. Division St. while doubling the train. The CSX symbol for today's foreign train... (more)
A pair of ex CR/MGA "Super 7" GE's haul OC freight south from the CSX connection at Warwick,Ohio.
Former NS/CR/Monongahela 4099 rests at Morgan run
Ex-NS Super 7 long hood forward into the Sugar Creek, OH depot for a crew change.