A long NS 234 makes its way under Rohr Rd on its way to work the Rickenbacker Intermodal terminal a couple miles away.
The NS 854 makes an appearance over at Rohr Rd, as this crew inches closer to there destination of Watkins Yard.
With a SD40-3 leading, the Q310 a few minutes into there trip from Columbus to Russell, KY, prepares to pass under the Rohr Rd overpass.
Moments ago the K178 ore train departed Parsons Yard, now its on its way by Rohr Rd, on its way to Russell KY, on the Northern Sub.
The NS 234 arrives in town with a decent length of colorful containers, leaving town however, it will end up leaving a decent amount of the train behind.
The NS 218 prepares to head under the Rohr Rd overpass, with the NS 8894 leading.
A very short 218 heads out of Columbus, on route to Portsmouth and beyond.
With MOW shutting down the Northern Sub during most of the daylight hrs on the weekdays, I was more then happy to see the Q635 roll by, though I would of been a little more happy if I would of bee... (more)
A long NS 194 with 7 engines, but only the first 4 are running, prepares to head by stop signal on the other side of the overpass at restricted speed, while some fall colors begin to show.
The trees begin to show off some fall color, as the NS 857 with a single former Conrail C40-8W for power rolls through Southern Franklin County, with some hit and miss light.
Two NS engines, and a rent-a-wreck in between provide the power on the very fast moving NS 233 moving through the south side of Columbus on a very hot and humid evening.
With the outside temperature being around 12 this afternoon, the power for the NS 234 lets out a lot of heat, as the train goes into dynamic breaks, coming up on the approach signal at Rohr.
Former Conrail power complete with mismatched number boards leads the 218 back out into the open, where the power and a few containers catch a few rays of the late evening sunlight, on a very cold... (more)
Having just departed Parsons Yard a few minutes ago, a grain train rounds the bend, and the snow begins to blow off, as the train gains more speed.
The NS 194 heads out of Columbus by Rohr Rd down track two, on a very nice clear winter afternoon.