A light snow falls as 218 moving at track speed works on blowing the snow off of the Sandusky line.
The conductor of NS 304 does a roll by of NS 305 at Cooke Rd, he will find a steel coil car towards the rear of the train with the hand break still on, and smoking good.
NS 304 with a BNSF Dash 9 in the lead sits tied down, as NS 23N lights up the nose of BNSF 4580, and streaks by.
NS 184 with all CN power stops next to NS 304 which is tied down, seems to be a lot of foreign power tonight on the NS Sandusky district.
A northbound coal train speeds though the Cooke Rd crossing, a stopped train kicks up its lights and begins to start rolling again.
The third NS 17R of the day sits tied down on the mainline at Cooke Rd, the lead engine died and they were unable to get it running again, sometime in the morning another engine would be sent out ... (more)
A former Southern GP38-2 leads an empty rail train though Cooke Rd on the Sandusky line.
A slug set heads home after pushing a coal train up the steep grade out of downtown. The 2nd bridge down is the NS Sandusky line.
I wonder why this train has a red flag on the front.
Former Conrail power leads this train running elephant style by Cooke Rd.
After pulling into this lot by Cooke Rd and getting stuck in the snow, this CSX coal train showed up.
Steve Mosley takes his his shot of 234 as it rolls though the Cooke Rd crossing.
A SD70M and a SD70M-2, along with their train of mixed freight sit idle by Cooke Rd on a nice sunny morning.
All EMD power pulls today's UPS train through Columbus.
Very dirty and faded former CR power leads coal empties past Cooke Rd.