A short NS 189 passes through Elmwood just before the clouds rolled in.
The westbound NS 233 passes by the Elmwood signals on the NS Columbus district in the late evening light. The signals are now approach lit.
Eastbound NS 194 passes by the lightly snow covered farmland, with leased power leading, only the first 3 engines are operational, and the other 5 are bad ordered.
The NS 233 splits the Elmwood signals lit by the last bit of sunlight of the evening, on it way to the Rickenbacker intermodal terminal on the NS Columbus District.
A very long NS 194 passes by a large field of soybeans in rural Pickaway county, in the late evening.
A pair of Dash 9's provide the power on the very long NS 194 heading east on the Columbus District.
The NS 170 kicks up a bit of dust as it passes by the Elmwood signals in the late evening.
NKP 765 splits the signals at Elmwood, as it passes through rural Pickaway County.
Empty hopper train NS 749 passes by the Elmwood signal, in the very late evening light.
On a very windy afternoon, the 218 passes though Elmwood, on the Columbus District.
A long NS 194 with two CN engines and a NS engine heads around the curve and into the open, by the farms in Elmwood.
A pair of new SD70ACe lead a train of export coal down the NS Columbus District, bound for Norfolk, VA.
A hawk decides he does not like the passing NS 194, and very quickly leaves the area.
Already time for harvest, the corn to the right of the tracks has been partially harvested, and the soy beans to the left are just about ready, while the NS 194 running elephant style rolls on by.
The NS 218 rounds the bend just as the sun peaks out from behind a cloud, past a soybean field that is beginning to show some fall color.