We're in the Ferguson Valley for the 3rd runby of the GSMR's last photo special of 2017. Off to my right, out of the picture, is a small Cherokee burial mound. To my left, the 1702 climbs one of t... (more)
The last photo special of the year and also the celebration of 1702's 75th birthday meant a rare departure from Dillsboro and 6 photo runbys. Here, during the 4th runby, 1702 storms through the sm... (more)
The Nickel Plate heritage unit is leading the southbound Triple Crown on this nice autumn day. It's seen here just south of Sharon Rd in Sharonville.
If asked to describe "What's Common" in Fostoria: A doublestack led by a CSX Gevo. Here is one heading west on a cool September evening.
An autorack train led by two UP engines crosses over to begin directional running on the NS at Butler St. Foreign power is beginning to become more common than CSX or NS power.
Ordered by Pere Marquette and delivered to the Chesepeake and Ohio, this GP7 has had a long life. It was purchased by the Indiana and Ohio around 1987 and it is estimated to have traveled 2.5 mill... (more)
One of the many autorack trains on the Toledo Sub is seen here southbound in Trenton. It is unknown if the building to the left is an old railroad building.
An NS intermodal heads north through Seven Mile with the New York Central heritage unit 2nd in the consist.
The daily southbound Triple Crown heads past a grain facility in Seven Mile. A UP loco is second in the consist adding to a recent increase in foreign locomotives in the area.
A rerouted Q train sits at Sharon road in Glendale with a new BNSF ES44C4 leading, 2 UP engines in the middle, and a warbonnet as the 4th unit.
An NS stack train heads west through Cresson, starting down the west slope.
Southbound on CSX rails, this NS train is crossing over and heading towards its own rails at Butler St.
A CSX auto train has just passed the old CPL's and is about to head onto the NS at Butler St.
A coal drag led by a helper set claws its way up the hill towards Cresson.
An NS grain train heads toward home rails under the old CPL's at Butler St.