the hillside shows off whats left of the fall color, as the NS 218 moving at every bit of the 60mph track speed rolls on by.
The eastbound K178 preparers to take the clear signal at KN Cabin, on the old C&O era cantilever signal.
The NS 234 passes through the mostly empty Reneck yard, which was packed full of cars a week ago.
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 218 passes under the new cantilever signal for Chillicothe, this signal replaced the classic NW CPLs.
Rounding one curve and about to head into another, an eastbound hopper train works on getting back up to full speed, after waiting for a westbound at KN Cabin.
A few high clouds begin to roll in, as the NS 578 running next to Obetz-Reese Rd heads east, with some export coal, in the late evening light.
Eastbound hoppers roll down the Northern Sub, over the State Route 207 overpass.
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.
With a field showing some new growth, the K178 ore train heads by the Cantilever signals at Vauces.
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.
Shiny and new, a pair of SD70Ace provide the power to this eastbound export coal train, passing a cut of grain cars on the center siding.
Some coal dust begins to blow off the eastbound export coal train, NS 578, as it heads by in the late evening light.
The clouds begin to roll in, as the 58Q grain train rolls out of Circleville.
Running parallel to the NS Columbus District, a decent length Q635 with leased power trailing, heads east on the Northern Sub.