OHCR 3616 and 3616 pull CBT-17 east on the Buckeye line over the Scioto River, heading back to Newark from there interchange with NS in the now closed Buckeye Yard.
Two locomotives usualy used in coal service lead the Buckeye turn today for a nice change. Now if only they would paint 4602 the only SD40 on the system.
Ohio Central's Buckeye yard turn heads out from under the dark I-670 overpass as it heads home off of the NS.
The Ohio Central Buckeye turn heads through town with 53 cars for NS today
The OC crew is early today getting in and out of Buckeye yard with no delay, but a two hour wait is ahead of them downtown before they can get onto home rails.
Ohio Centrals entire roster of B36-7s brings the buckeye turn home.
With a little bit of snow still on the ground, CBT-17 heads back home though the woods on the NS Buckeye Line.
After returning from NS's Buckeye yard, CBT does some switching on the sidings by James Rd, as snow flurries drop a little bit more snow.
CBT-17 on its way home passes by the intermediate signal at MP 3.4, on the Buckeye line.
Due to it being very busy out on the NS Dayton District, CBT 17 sits at the end of the Ohio Central panhandle line waiting by the signal for quite a few hrs this afternoon.
The perfect spot to catch a light power move, Ohio Central heads to Buckeye Yard light, as they pass over the most scenic spot on the NS Buckeye line.
Built as ATSF 7499 in 11/1980, then eventually sold to BC Rail where they added a 2nd set of ditch lights, then it changed hands a few more times, now it wears a nice coat of paint, still has 4 di... (more)
CBT-17 heads east off of the Mounds siding with 9 cars, as they were forced to back on here after CSX decided to run a westbound train after CBT already departed Buckeye.
CBT-17 came into Buckeye with 15 cars, an hour later departed for the return trip with 47 cars.
OHCR 7063, and 7064 pull today's Buckeye turn into Columbus this afternoon.