Col. Phillip Cooper rests in the morning sun at New River.
Southbound by Waterworks with a pair of SD40-2s.
C&O B30-7 and a U30B at the New River Yard office. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
117 comes off at New River with a fresh ACu in command
A bridge on NS' New Castle District was recently replaced as it former concrete culvert-like bridge had snapped in two in the middle after many decades of service. There was previously a 25mph slo... (more)
Still wearing it's original paint as it pulls a cut of cars at New River, the former C&O 3567 would later become Road Slug 2304.
Taking a break in the yard, this unit now operates in Brazil.
NS 123 passes through what looks like a cool autumn scene, although temperatures seemed to prove otherwise. A shot here one year ago would have looked like a winter wonderland!
A sharp looking slug set in fresh new paint switch out New River Yard before rolling south to work industries.
This load slab train begins to accelerate as they past HM Junction east of New Miami. This train is running over to AK's steel plant near Middletown, OH via the Middletown Sub. The train is loaded... (more)
Former LMS unit
This ferry move to Chicago was the last trip I saw her run.
Rolling along Seven Mile Creek.
Spotless Catfish leads a roadrailer to Cincinnati.