A pair of foreign engines (with another H2 BNSF Dash-9 DPU on the rear) lead a loaded ethanol train south over the recently finished overpass on the former C&O in northwest Columbus.
A northbound ethanol train with foreign power meets local H792-12 at East End Delaware.
A solo GP38-2 leads a local south past the Delaware Industrial Park spur. It is slowing for the siding to meet a northbound K train at East End Delaware.
An EMD duo leads Columbus based local H792 past "Hyatts" on its way back to Parsons Yard. This train leaves Columbus in the early morning hours, works multiple industries along the forme... (more)
After finishing work up north, a local hurries back home to Columbus. This former C&O mainline still has some throw back mile markers like the one on the left hand side of the frame.
A foreign standard cab leads an ethanol train south through "West End Linworth" back when C&O heritage stood tall.
A short burst of sunlight finds four units leading empties south at West End Linworth.
An EMD leader hustles a mainline freight south on a gorgeous afternoon in northeast Ohio.
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.