The NS 18M smokes its way through CP Craft with SD 60E leading, and a smoky dash 9 trailing.
A single dash 8 pulls a train of empty hoppers through CP Craft.
The NS 234 works on crossing over from the Lockbourne Siding to main one, at CP Craft.
With a single engine that sounds like its going to explode, and one working ditch light, a long empty hopper train makes its way past the Duvall signals, as it heads east on the Northern Sub.
The K179 heads off into the setting sun, eastbound on the Northern Sub.
The fast moving NS 218 puts out a bunch of heat as it passes through CP Craft.
Running parallel to the NS Columbus District, a decent length Q635 with leased power trailing, heads east on the Northern Sub.
The short, but high priority I18 passes through Craft on track one, while the NS 194 can be seen creeping up to the signal in the background on track two.
Rolling through CP Craft, the NS 186 lets out quite a lot of heat, as the crew begins to prepare to stop at the next signal.
Shortly after the NS 234 crossed from the siding to the main, the NS 186 with mostly covered hoppers made an appearance.
The 234 snakes its way from the Lockbourne siding to main one at Craft, with about an 8800 ft long train today.
A new ES44AC leads a westbound coal train through Central Ohio on yet another hot and humid evening.
The NS 218 passes through the control point at Craft on main 1, while the signal for main 2 shows an approach, for the NS 852 which is still 30 miles out.
The NS 218 heads by the signals at Craft, heading east on the Columbus District, on a very windy afternoon.
The engineer looks though a pair of binoculars, making sure the guy standing on the overpass is only pointing a camera at him, as the NS 186 rolls through CP Craft.