It was rainy the first day of Trainfest but it left a nice puddle by the main entrance to create a nice reflection shot.
On media day before the big event father and son share a moment by the tracks.
Every one loves a steam loco! As proof with all the heads sticking out of the windows! The cars in the red and gray are those of the Lorain & West Virginia The tourest railroad I shoot back home!
An OC employee inspects 6325 as it detachies it self from the train due to a problem. The geep will soon couple on and take the train to Dennison.
A OC volunteer preps 6325 for the run it will make today, but mean while he's lost in the mist!
Every one clamors for a good shot as it follows behind 1293 for a one hour trip.
1293 gave me a nice steam bath once it whent under the bridge!
It was wet, hot, and muggy today, but the rails are nice and shiny a good contrast to the gloom.
The steam Instutuite no.75 came down to Dennison for Trainfest. When I took this photo No. 75 was barking really loud! So loud that the No.3 started to shake!
Bulb exposure, painted the front of the loco with flash unit, and side too. Thankyou to the unknown railfan that gave me the ideal.
Breaking dawn on the rails before the storm of steam
Due to Problems with the locomotive 6325 cuts off the train and head light to the displays.
Eary mourning on the Ohio Central is quite peaceful now, latter in the day chasers and pacers along with the 6325 will pass this crossing today.
ex-GTW 6325 starts the day right. By heading a 1 hour trip out of Trainfest