What would be the last Q107 I ever shot leaving North Baltimore is rolling east out of the yard with an attractive pair of repaints on the point.
Q107 blasts past the still standing tower in Dunkirk.
Q107 rolls off a bridge on the south side of Kenton.
What may be one of the last Q107's to run down the Toledo Branch heads south at Hancock led by a repainted AC44. The Q106/107 train pair will supposedly no longer work North Baltimore and will re... (more)
On a rare sunny Ohio January day a Q107 pounds the NS Diamond near downtown Findlay as makes its way through town.
Q107 overtakes grain train G673 as it heads south on the CSX Toledo Branch at the south end of the Dunkirk, Ohio - Siding. The wind was absolutely brutal, 5 hours later my face still burns from t... (more)
Q107 heads out of North Baltimore with a pair of KCS Belles and will get on to the former T&OC Toledo Branch to head south to Ridgeway
Q107 gets the signal at Mortimer and heads south towards Ridgeway.
The Q107 is slowly rolling down to the connection to the Mt Victory Sub to make their turn and head west.
Q107 with a pair of Belles heads down the Toledo Branch south of Findlay after leaving the terminal at North Baltimore.
Q107 is still rounding the corner off the Toledo Branch at Ridgeway with the tail end of the train visible just to the left of the lead unit.
Power for the evening Schneider train waits on the east side of Marion while a CSX intermodal rolls by on the main.
Having came in on Q106 the previous day, KCS 4693 waits out the day in Marion to take Q107 westbound later in the evening as a westbound autorack train destined for Marysville Honda approaches
A move that is rarely seen in daylight, Q107 heads west with his usual suspects of KCS power trailing the CSX CW44AC leader.
CSXT 5358 leads train Q107 westbound out of Marion, where this train originates