An ethanol train heads eastbound directly into the light of the early morning sun.
A freshly painted #5245 and a drab looking #3446 (SD40-2) at rest in the NS yards.
Shortly after sunrise an eastbound freight rolls into the Berea plant and past the early morning railfan contingent of Tom, Ed, Dave, and myself.
Fog and first light. #8632 waits for orders at the west end of the Willard yard.
In the predawn light two eastbound freights pass yard switcher 8632 at the west end of the Willard yard.
Under sodium vapor lights a cut of cars headed by 8632 is pushed into the Willard yard complex
Side-by-side - N&W 611 and C&O 614 at rest under the VMT trainshed.
FRED follows a freight into the yard.
Night shift crew member checks out 1218.
It's 6:27 and the last up train from Mt. Union has just arrived at the depot.
A mixed freight heads back to Orbisonia.
#15 moves slowly past a water plug in the Rockhill Furnace shop complex.
Cold iron - With fires dropped long ago, EBT #17 and #18 wait on a siding next to the Rockhill Furnance shop complex.
Yard job shuffles empty gondolas under partly cloudy skies.
The sun is up and #15 heads out of the yards to begin the days work.