A daily morning freight heads south around the curve next to a horse farm 13 miles north of its destination of Parsons Yard.
One of CSX's newer EMDs leads southbound empties at "Meredith".
A southbound coal train passes underneath the classic C&O signals that used to stand in Upper Sandusky.
An eastbound coal train curves by the grain elevator in Prospect on the former C&O. Catching trains on this line has unfortunately become difficult due to reduced traffic levels.
As the peak fall colors draw to a close in central Ohio, a southbound manifest exits the single track at Hyatts on the former C&O.
During a bitterly cold winter morning, the sun casts its first rays of light onto a classic C&O signal as a southbound grain train passes below. Sadly these signals are no longer standing.
A long train of sand slowly creeps south from Fostoria on the columbus subdivision. The train will stop at the end of the double track to wait on a northbound.
CSX Toledo to Columbus freight Q637 ducks under what was one of the last intermediate cantilever signals on the former C&O. After controlling the passage of trains battling Powell Hill powered by ... (more)
The holiday morning brought a lengthy northbound manifest through Delaware. This location is the former site of a diamond between the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C&O) and the Cleveland Cincinnati... (more)
Engine 5458 sits on a side track awaiting its next assignment while an EMD leader hustles some empties south on track 1. The tracks in the foreground allow interchange with the Wheeling & Lake Eri... (more)
An intermodal train throttles up as it crosses the Olentangy River and leaves downtown Columbus. This part of the former C&O still retains a couple original eastbound signals on main 2.
A fortuitous break in the clouds allows some sunlight to shine on one of the crude oil trains that the former C&O has recently become known for.
A southbound grain train passes through a C&O landscape.
With crews lawing out around Columbus as a result of the winter delays, a grain train is forced to idle away in a spot not often used for stopping trains in northern Columbus.
A lone EMD leads a train past "West End Linworth."