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.
The NS 8313, which was former Conrail 6048, provides the power for this eastbound empty hopper train.
Grain train 58Q, which is carrying loads from Circleville, zips around the bend, heading by the large elevator, and there switcher in Kingston.
The NS 218 snakes through Chillicothe, on its way east on the Columbus District.
The NS 194 with CN power today, comes around the bend and passes a long cut of grain hoppers on the center siding.
The old code line still stands proud, feeding the signals on the Northern Sub, with the E425 here splitting the County Line signal.
The NS 863 with a recently painted dash 9 leading, passes by a farm that looks like it is about ready to fall over.
A short ore train passes by the intermediate signals at MP 68, with the CSXT 7748 leading, and CSXT 213 trailing.
A ES44AC leads a train of empty hoppers under the rusty CSX Northern Sub bridge.
The CSXT 651 leads a train of empty hoppers under the westbound former C&O cantilever signal at West Vauces.
A pair of new SD70ACe lead a train of export coal down the NS Columbus District, bound for Norfolk, VA.
With all EMD power, including a rent-a-wreck in the middle, the NS 194 slowly heads down the Columbus district due to signal problems, and prepares to take a restricting signal on the other side o... (more)
The ECL pulls up with a long string of cars, soon they will leave the cars here, and head back by the salt pile in the background, to switch out some cars there.
Passing the county line signals, and crossing from Pickaway to Ross Counties, the Q310 nears the half way point on its trip from Columbus to Russell, KY.
The NS 234 heads out of the shadows, curving away from Higby Rd, on a very nice fall evening.