The NS 234 heads east out of Ashville on the Columbus district in the late evening light.
A beat up BNSF dash 9 provides the power for the NS 861, which consists of beat up empty NS Top Gons.
A pair of dash 9's running elephant style pull the NS 218 east on the Columbus District.
A GP38-2 and a GP38-3 head east from Watkins Yard on the way to Portsmouth, with a single boxcar, most likely they have the boxcar so they can run at trackspeed, as if they were just running with ... (more)
Some coal dust begins to blow off the eastbound export coal train, NS 578, as it heads by in the late evening light.
With all EMD power, including a rent-a-wreck in the middle, the NS 194 slowly heads down the Columbus district due to signal problems, and prepares to take a restricting signal on the other side o... (more)
The NS 308 heads out of the woods and back into the open, as the trees begin to start showing some fall colors, on a bright and sunny afternoon.
The 233 only a few miles away from Rickebacker now, passes by the intermediate signal at 682, as the sun begins to set.
The 17M with a dirty SD70M leading rolls by the MP 682 signals, just south of Ashville, just before sunset.
A long Q310 with a dirty and faded CSXT 67 leading, heads east on the Northern Sub, on a cold and windy spring afternoon.
CSXT 22 heads under the rusty old Lockbourne Eastern Rd overpass, and splits the old C&O signals, that looks like they have took a couple shotgun blasts in the past.
The NS 186 pulled by two dash 9's running elephant style head east on the NS Columbus District, in the evening light.
The Q310 heads off into the late evening light, with a single ES44DC for power. It will need to complete some switching work at Vauces before it can complete its trip from Columbus to Russell.
Recently added NS 308 heads back out into the open, as it prepares to head under the Lockbourne Eastern Rd overpass.
Eastbound G882 heads down the single track Northern Sub, south of Ashville in the late evening.