Heading East on the Northern Sub, a NS Dash 9 leads the CSX Q310.
With a SD40-3 leading, the Q310 a few minutes into there trip from Columbus to Russell, KY, prepares to pass under the Rohr Rd overpass.
Passing the county line signals, and crossing from Pickaway to Ross Counties, the Q310 nears the half way point on its trip from Columbus to Russell, KY.
A faded and filthy dash 8 leads the Q310 by the intermediate signals at MP 33, as the train heads off into the setting sun.
The Q310 heads under the old C&O signal bridge, and passes by the westbound signals at Robbins.
High above a small creek, the CSX Q310 heads down the passing siding to wait for a westbound to pass. You can still faintly see the Chesapeake and Ohio lettering on the bridge.
A long Q310 with a dirty and faded CSXT 67 leading, heads east on the Northern Sub, on a cold and windy spring afternoon.
With some luck, the Q310 rolls by the frozen, snow covered farmland, during the few minutes the sun was shining, on this very cold winter afternoon.
After starting their trip from Columbus to Russell, KY a few minutes ago, the short Q310 with a single AC4400 for power, prepares to head under the Weigand Rd overpass.
The Q310 works his way through the woods, preparing to do some work less than a mile away at Greggs, before finishing the rest of his trip from Columbus to Russell, KY.
The Q310 heads off into the late evening light, with a single ES44DC for power. It will need to complete some switching work at Vauces before it can complete its trip from Columbus to Russell.
The eastbound Q310 heads over the Big Walnut Creek, as it heads out of Columbus, for its destination of Russell KY.
The Q310 running parallel to US 23 on the Northern Sub, splits the County line signals in the background, and heads from Pickaway County, into Ross County.
CSX Q310, a manifest bound for Russell, KY departs the Vauces Center Siding in the last light of the evening.
A short Q310 heads around one curve, and prepares to enter another one, as it approaches Duvall Rd.