A westbound container train heads from the single main to track two, at Lunbeck.
Grain train NS 55Z splits the signals at Lunbeck, as it heads off the single main.
A C40-8 with a beat up paint job leads the NS 17M out of the woods and through the Lunbeck interlocking, and back onto the double track.
More than half way from Columbus to Portsmouth, a pair of GP38-2s provide the power for the NS L55, next to the Scioto River, visiable to the right.
The NS 186 heads out from under US 23, and passes over the snow covered farm crossing, as it heads east on the Columbus District.
With the last few minutes of light making it to the tracks, the NS 852 comes out of the shadows, and splits the signals at Lunbeck.
A former Conrail Dash 8 with a beat up BNSF nose door provides the power for a short work train past the signals at Lunbeck.
The NS 233 comes off the single main, back onto the double track as it splits the new signals installed last year, that protect Lunbeck. Also a killdeer sits on the rail of the opposite main to ge... (more)
Heading around one of the many curves in this area, NS 423 heads down the single track portion of the Columbus District.
A westbound coke train heads off of the single main, and down main two as it heads though Lunbeck.
The engineer of 234 and the trainmaster talk by the farm crossing for a few minutes, before they inspect something on the lead engine.
M8M (extra section of 18M) crosses the bridge over Three Locks Rd in the background, with a lot of tank cars of hot Asphalt in tow.