With a cab signal equipped leader in place, Norfolk Southern coal train 416 highballs through the interlocking at CP 194.
Catching a small sucker hole on a cloudy grey day, PRB coal loads roll east through Ohio.
With a NS Cab signal leader added in Toledo a 416 PRB Coal train rolls through Vickers.
Eastbound Powder River loads split the NYC brackets at Dunlap.
416 slowly rolls over the stick rail of the North Controlled Siding in Berea, where it will stop for a cab-signalled leader, before continung toward the Sammis Power Plant in the Ohio Valley.
Ex Conrail now NS, 5400 leads a coal drag on to the Bayard subdivision at Alliance.
NS 416 is NS / BNSF Powder River Basin coal train. Due to cab signal requirments a NS locomotive is always used in the lead. This train will end up at Mingo Junction Ohio.
BNSF pumpkins leading an eastbound coal drag
A Powder River coal train bound for the Ohio Valley passes under the 195 signal bridge at the west end of Berea.
A Powder River coal train rolls at 10mph onto a siding where it will be tied down to await a crew change