The veteran C&O signals light the way for a westbound train.
A full moon lights up the signal on a clear night.
The sun sets silhouetting the three track cantilever as well as the codeline. You can see two planets just left of the signal Jupiter on the left and Venus on the right.
Q135 passes under the C&O signal bridge at Sciotoville.
A grain train heads through Lloyd, KY headed for Russell.
The CSXT 8075 provides the sole power for this empty hopper train, as it rolls under the intermediate signal bridge on track one, at MP 5.5, on the Northern Sub.
Decent fall colors arrive in South Central Ohio, as an empty hopper train with a single SD40-2 for power rounds the bend, heading eastbound on the Northern Sub.
The Q310 works his way through the woods, preparing to do some work less than a mile away at Greggs, before finishing the rest of his trip from Columbus to Russell, KY.
CSX 8523 heads under a old C&O signal bridge.
A beautiful sunset sets in the background on a classic C&O signal bridge.
A CSX slug set heads under the ever increasingly rare C&O US&S signals as CSX upgrades them with new ones.
An eastbound, one-unit-wonder manifest rolls through quiet Greenup, KY, and under a former C&O signal bridge, bound for the classification yard at Russell
Eastbound grain train G888 crosses the impressive Limeville Bridge over the Ohio River into Kentucky on the former C&O, approximately three hours after departing Columbus.
CSX 515 heads east with a train of mixed freight.
Cutting through a crisp 10 degree morning, E457 rolls down the former C&O with empties from Ashtabula Harbor, OH for Russell, KY.