A southbound stack train heads through Troy on a frosty December morning. It is passing under one of the few remaining B&O CPL signals that remain on the Toledo Subdivision.
In the golden hours of August 17th, CSX unit autorack train Q230 makes an appearance in Troy, Ohio. The train is shown here passing one of the many still active B&O CPL signals on the CSX Toldeo L... (more)
In the golden hours of August 17th, CSX unit autorack train Q230 makes an appearance in Troy, Ohio. The train is shown here passing a still active B&O Color Position Light signal, and the old Cinc... (more)
CSX intermodal train Q143 roars south on a quiet morning in the small town of Troy, Ohio and passes by a B&O CPL signal that still guards the control point. Locomotives:CSX 3433 ET44AC... (more)
A CSX Manifest heads south on the Toledo Sub through Troy, past one of the veteran B&O era position light signals on the North End of Troy Siding. While many signals have been replaced or have rep... (more)
K425 strolls past the CPL's at the north end of Troy siding with a pair of UP AC4400CW's.
A southbound freight on the old B&O route from Detroit to Cincinnati eases through Troy, OH on an overcast morning. The building in the distance with the impressive spire is the Miami County court... (more)
Heading for Dayton and points south. The second unit (road slug rebuilt from a GP30) was delivered about 50 years ago, and likely wore the 'Sunburst' paint scheme when new.
Lead engine has a logo flaw.
Junk freight rolls south past a junk'd Explorer in Troy, Ohio.
CSX train S507 rolls south on the Toledo Sub with a pair of BNSF GE's for power.
Pushing South, a coke train works its way past North Troy on the Toledo Sub.
Q243 rolls south out of Troy on the Toledo Sub.
Q507 passes the large water tower on Troy's south side.
Q241 leaves urban Troy behind as it continues south towards Dayton and eventually Cincinnati.