Thank you Jerry Joe wherever you are. I will remember Ohio Central in the early 2000s as I imagine older fans remember such operations as the Louisiana Easternin the early sixties.
Early in their OC careers, the road's two FP9s pulled an excursion to New Lexington on former PRR track. Seen through the Muskingum River Bridge in Zanesville, the pair are now pulling trains for ... (more)
The Ohio Central's passenger train heads geographically east across the Ohio River, railroad North on the Mon Line and is about to head RR west on the Ft. Wayne line enroute to home rails at Mingo... (more)
The Ohio Central passenger train heads north (RR west) on the Ft Wayne enroute to home rails at Mingo Junction.
OC's 2 Ex Via F's hold down the Nickle plate main coupled to the 4 OC SD40-2's that recently came off lease to the UP
Beautiful Pennsy inspired paint scheme
Ohio Central FP9A 6313 and sister 6307 sit at the head of about half of Ohio Central's passenger car fleet, which they will pull to Columbus later on.
First day of Train Festival 2004.
The Flyer rests after a two hour journey from Carnegie. The train came into Arden ten minutes late due to some late passengers in Carnegie.
After performing excursion Service for 2 weekends on the Chartiers Valley Flyer, Ohio Centrals Pennsy inspired Ex Via FP9's ferry their empty passenger cars back to Coshocton, over NS Rails
The 6313 heads out at the end of the day with the short excursion to the shop tours for Trainfest.
OC 6325 Excursion and Ross Rowland talking to a fan
Ohio Central Passenger Loco Sports her Pennsylvania Railroad-like scheme
OHCR 6313 brings up the markers as the Ohio Bicentennial train heads east out of Conesville.