Big GE 7064, a former CSX beast, hauls an empty coal train through a tunnel of ice shrouded trees after an ice storm swept through the area a few days before.
NS 578 tied down on the left, with NS 852 with OC power on the rear clear the Moler St crossing. A small part of the downtown skyline is visible in the background.
NS 852 heading east on the Panhandle with OHCR 7064 bringing up the rear, doing every bit of 40mph fly through Columbus. 7064 appears to have received a new door since it was painted, as the top o... (more)
The helpers on the rear of NS 852, which is on its way to head across the Ohio Central Panhandle line, passes by the standing water by Moler St.
A pair of Dash 7's bring up the rear of NS 852, heading east over the Ohio Central Panhandle line.
Ohio Central C30-7s will give NS 852 a push at least part of the way over the former PRR panhandel. The train has just been handed off to the OC at this grade crossing on the former NYC
Three weeks after the G&W takeover, Ohio Central train NPT snakes under I-670 on the east side of Columbus.
After waiting a while a few miles back east for track work and an NS coal train heading east to get out of the way, the buckeye turn makes it into Columbus, on the former B&O/PRR Panhandle line.
The crew of the Buckeye Turn settles in for a long wait as the NS Dispatcher has just told them they will be sitting for 4 hours before entering NS trackage.
CBT-17 does some last minute switching before it heads east toward Newark on the former joint PRR/B&O Panhandle line.
A former CSX C30-7 has been rebuilt and repainted at Juniata for OHCR.