Old Conrail paint looks tired. Speaking of overused, it's probably time to retire this photo location.
Coasting by Greenlawn Avenue with 105 empties in tow.
A quartet of assorted GEs prepare to slam the diamonds at AC.
GE times seven.
Eastbound empties catch me by surprise while waiting for a slow westbound NS 868 to arrive from the other direction.
An ex-Conrail EMD on the point is a welcome sight as it leads an eastbound past Cooke Rd.
30 inches of snow fell upon central Ohio during the month of February, breaking the previous record set exactly 100 years ago.
Running 'wrong main' on track 2, a short eastbound 375 tentatively proceeds under variably cloudy skies.
A short eastbound passes under I-270 where construction continues on the north side portion of the Columbus outerbelt.
Westbound and in the home stretch to Buckeye yard. The One Nationwide building is in the background.
Having originated in Charleston West Virginia, this freight places downtown Columbus in its rear-view mirror as it closes in on Buckeye yard.
Almost at its destination, an unpatched SP unit leads an '80s-looking lashup into the yard limits.
Run-through power heads up an eastbound coal train over this formerly double tracked bridge spanning the Scioto River.
It was an unusually dry and humid-free central Ohio summer in 2008. Although $4/gallon gas prices kept me close to home, I'll take the clear skies and puffy white clouds over haze any day.
A grain train comes off the Columbus Line and prepares to enter the manual switch at Dennison.