Father and son share a moment in the fading light of the day at Indigo Lake. The 1293 was up running on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic railroad for it’s steamfest.
NKP 765 is ready for the high green for her next excursion career.
To help celebrate her new excursion career, the 765 pulled a short freight train for members of the Fort Wayne group, and the Hoosier Valley museum.
Grit and grime but a glories sight! Pere Marquette 1225 rests her heals after a quick trek up to Chesaning.
Coming from the land of Amshacks (Ohio), I was quite surprised to find the ex-Grand Trunk depot, beautifully restored and still doing what it was intended to do. Here the “Blue Water” departs Lape... (more)
Staring me down, OC 1293 pulls a train for Cuyahoga Valley Scenic’s “Festival Of Steam”.
Steam once again returns to the Cuyahoga Valley, thanks to the generosity of the Ohio Central. Here OC 1293 rubs shoulders with the humble Cuyahoga river through the village of Peninsula.
Judy K. in her 4th of July dress steams out of the main station on a cold rainy summer evening.
In the late evening sun Myron H. makes a run past the Millennium Force roller coaster which is one of the world’s fastest (at 93 mph), and tallest (300 foot drop).
33 heading south toward Morgan Run.
Tim Botti pulls over the water plug to quench 33’s thirst. I overheard one local say that when Ohio Central ran regular trips from town that every time an engine would fill up, the water pressure ... (more)
Mooooooving right along, Ohio Central 33 pulls a special train past a dairy farm in the heart of Ohio’s Amish country.
Weary commuters trudge there way home after riding the train from downtown Chicago.
These locomotives always remind me of the people that go into cosmetic surgery for their nose, only to have the surgeon chop off more than what they wanted.
Two shades of orange are represented in Huron today, one shade is on W&LE locomotives and hoppers, while the other is some rusty orange on a “De Witt” geep.