A new ET44C4 is on a ballast train parked on the loop track at Aventine Renewable Energy's Aventine West ethanol plant.
A standard cab dash 9 leads the NS 218 by the Lincoln Ave crossing, while in the background, the CPL's still stand, protecting the diamonds at Worthington.
A ballast regulator is working on smoothing out the ballast on track 3 as the 1:00 outbound "suburban" whistles freely in this QZ.
CPLs still protect the diamonds at CP Worthington, as the NS 18M heads around the bend, and approaches the Lincoln Ave crossing.
The code line for the CSX Columbus Line Sub. separates the CSX ROW from the NS Sandusky District, as NS 116 heads west in the late evening light.
NS 7691 leads NS 304 into Columbus by Lincoln Ave in a very nice evening.
NS 10M passes through the interlocking at Worthington, which is still protected by the NW CPL signals.
NS 304 with a lot of power rolls by Lincoln Ave.
14V stops not long after sunset by Lincoln Ave, due to the defect detector getting them for dragging equipment.
A local running long hood forward approaches Lincoln Ave as the snow comes down. In the background you sort of can see the old NW color position signals that protect the Worthington diamond.
234 crosses Lincoln Ave as it travels east on the NS Sandusky line.
234 proceeds at restricted speed by Lincoln Ave on track two, it seems track one of the Sandusky line through Columbus has turned into a parking track.
A nice clean CN Dash-9 leads a southbound on the IHB.