After setting out the loaded cars, the Anchor Shuttle power pulls back on to the main, stopping to allow the grade crossing signals to activate before pulling forward. Locomotives:CFE ... (more)
Conductor Tim guides the locomotives back to couple on to the cut of cars just pulled from the Anchor Hocking glass plant siding. The IORY Anchor Shuttle will then run 3 miles back to the box plan... (more)
A train of 86' auto parts boxcars in old schemes and colors isn't a common sight in 2015. However, three times a week, a shuttle train runs from the Anchor Hocking distribution center to the facto... (more)
A former Wabash caboose brings up the markers on the I&O's Anchor Hocking shuttle. The caboose is used as a shoving platform for the backup move from the warehouse on Collins Road to the Anchor Ho... (more)
At one point when there was more business to the south, the I&O Logan sub was based and dispatched out of Logan, now with most of the business being around Lancaster, the operations has been moved... (more)
Heading down the track that heads up to the Anchor Hocking warehouse, the CF&E 3888 drags the CBNS 5002 over a small creek.
Near the beginning of their trip to Columbus, the I&O pass through the Fair Ave crossing on a very warm summer evening.
Heading west on the Logan Sub, the I&O make it over to Coonpath Rd, on their way to Columbus to interchange with CSX.
I&O GP40-1 4034 (former SCL 1600/CSX 6755) leads tonight's train for interchange with CSX at Columbus past Anchor Hocking Plant #1.