A rainy day look back through time... A precursor to what would one day be... A westbound NS manifest makes track speed along US-23 at Lucasville, Ohio, sporting a colorful consist of a rec... (more)
The remains of the Feb 28th wreck where one car derailed, and was dragged for a while, tearing up a few miles of track, before the train came to a stop, with about 7 cars derailed on and around th... (more)
The NS 195 works its way up hill, about to pass through Lucasville on its way up the Columbus District.
A single dash 9 pulls a long train of empty hoppers around one of the many bends on the NS Columbus District.
Running parallel to US-23 just north of Lucasville, the NS 218 glides east on the Columbus district with some foreign power trailing.
218 flies Eastbound through the Cook Road signal just East of Lucasville, a few miles away from a crew change in Portsmouth
A single old dash 9 provides power for an eastbound empty hopper train.
218 heads south near Lucasville, Ohio under a beautiful blue October sky.
A leased UP C40 leads an eastbound NS stack train near Lucasville.
After not being able to go more then 20mph due to a cab signal malfunction, and having to stop to wait for someone from the mechanical department to come out and cut out the cab signals, the light... (more)
With NS 1168 leading, and NS 9003, and 9004 trailing, a very long NS 233 heads into Lucasville on the Columbus District.
The crew of NS 64A ties down in Lucasville, Ohio due to heavy congestion ahead of them in Portsmouth, Ohio. The crew would eventually outlaw and the relief crew would proceed on.
Empty coke train 859 speeds down the Columbus District nearing Portsmouth Yard where it will shove its whole train into track 9 and call it a day.
After switching some industries in Circleville, the NS L53 running long hood forward, passes through rural Scioto County, almost to its destination of Portsmouth.