An eclectic lashup leads a southbound manifest past the signal at "Monnett" on one of the Sandusky District's stretches of single track.
Empties roll north on the Scottslawn Secondary which has seen an uptick in traffic. A fortuitous patch of sunshine illuminates the switch indicator signal at "Kile" that is a holdover fr... (more)
After waiting for a northbound intermodal to clear and getting a new crew, a southbound freight throttles up out of the siding at "South Deshler".
A solo SD60E leads 9 retired SD70s to their final resting place.
Nine retired SD70s are shuffled south to their final resting place.
The daily northbound freight passes the switch indicator in Marysville during a gorgeous spring afternoon.
One of CSX's newer EMDs leads southbound empties at "Meredith".
A southbound coal train passes underneath the classic C&O signals that used to stand in Upper Sandusky.
As the conductor walks up to flag the crossing, the Geometry train stops on the Delaware siding next to the Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis Railway depot. This depot was originally ... (more)
The Geometry train slowly heads into the siding at "North Edison" where the crooked NYC signal and codeline still remain. Due to a rusty rail advisory being in place, the crew had to sto... (more)
A solo SD60E does the honors on one of the few remaining Roadrailers as it travels along the Mississippi River.
A pair of CSX units make up the rear DPUs on a lengthy grain train. DPUs on this line are an uncommon occurrence so it was neat to catch the "Spirit of Ravenna" teaming up with an AC4400... (more)
A solo UP unit heads up a lengthy grain train in some golden spring light.
Eastbound oil loads head under the PRR bridges at "Wandle" as the temperature rises to a crisp 20 degrees with windchill. Unfortunately these signals are no longer standing.
On a frigidly cold morning, 92N gets the signal to make a reverse move back into the yard. All of the PRR signals pictured here are unfortunately no longer standing.