Heading west on the Sandusky District with two UP SD70M's for power, the conductor waves to the the railfans gathered behind the camera, at the Cooke Rd railfan hotspot.
A standard cab Dash-8 complete with wide set ditch lights and marker lights astride the number boards, kicks up quite a bit of snow as it leads covered hoppers westbound on the Columbus Line Sub t... (more)
A thoroughbred at full gallop through Cooke Rd. A pan at 1/20th second
UP 5933 and UP 6295 (patched SP) make for a nice treat on the NS Sandusky District, as they lead shiny new AEPX hoppers eastbound
The fast moving NS 218 works on blowing the rest of the snow off of the tracks, as it approaches the Cooke Rd crossing.
Battling near white-out conditions, NS 9600 leads train 305 westbound on the Sandusky District toward its ultimate destination, Bellevue, OH
A pair of Dash9s bring NS 304 southbound through Cooke Rd on an early fall evening
The conductor of NS 304 does a roll by of a passing westbound train on the Sandusky district.
A grain train passes by the westbound MP 132 signal at Cooke Rd shortly after dark, on a nice clear night.
The old NYC signals at Cooke Rd still guide E457 west on the Columbus Line sub. Normally when the train enters the block the signal will change to yellow briefly, then to red, but the top red aspe... (more)
A westbound CSX grain train passing the New York Central signals at Cooke Road.
NS 304 in the late evening light passes by the railfan hangout at Cooke Rd.
A few days after the big snow storm, the leader of 18M still shows evidence of doing some plowing, while the snow on the ground is beginning to look like it has been there for a while.
Somewhere in that cloud of white death that 234 is kicking up is not only the rest of his train, but the Cooke Rd signals.
NS 117 very quickly clears the snow off of the Cooke Rd crossing, so far this is the most snow we have had this winter.