The nicest looking -2s are these IMHO are the better proportioned ones that started as “basics”. This veteran began life on PRR and still serves.
Summerail in Marion is better for many reasons,high among those being better proximity to Bellevue and Fostoria. Here an eastbound “one unit wonder” ethanol train is arriving. I remember when no... (more)
Eastbound mixed freight rolling geographically south.
On a westbound mixed freight. Last shot of the day here.
Built for MP, inherited by UP now working in a great heritage scheme this unit turning back toward Brewster from whence it came.
Lettered for Lange Stegmann, this former MP then UP alumnus works a large facility on the Mississippi opposite St. Louis.
Doing a little switching prior to heading west for the train swap.
Rounding the bend headed up the Toledo line.
Mixed freight consist coming off the former B&O turning more geographically north onto the former C&O main.
Coming off the former C&O main a double stack is connecting with the former B&O to head west.
Westbound stack train passes the old freight station, now a farm equipment dealer. This station is very old and may predate N&W.
Eastbound mixed freight winds through the many curves west of town. Apparently the railroad had to miss a bunch of sinkholes.
Eastbound stacks and racks.