With the Cincinnati skyline in the distance, the engineer gives a friendly wave as he rolls under the CPL signals at OB Cabin. The power for today's train is EMDX 1609 and 1610, both experimental ... (more)
With the Cincinnati skyline in the distance, NS 46R begins its trip south across the Ohio River Bridge into Kentucky. "Big Blue" has the honor of leading this grain train across the CNO&... (more)
CRC 902, a former Nickel Plate Road GP30, pokes through the late evening shadows along the Ohio River in Cincinnati. Number 902 is the regular power on the Cincinnati Dinner Train which runs every... (more)
The crew of 116 has just crossed into Ohio after making their 167 mile trip north from Burnside Kentucky. In less than a mile, a Dayton District crew will hop on and take the train to its final de... (more)
The queen city of Cincinnati maybe home to some questionable sports teams, Its also a major terminal for CSX, and one of the must beautiful Skyline and Skyline Chili.
Three CSX Veteran EMDs powers this Autorack towards Queensgate with the Queen City of Cincinnati Skyline in the background.
The Cincinnati Dinner Train has just departed from it's new boarding location adjacent to the Cincinnati Gardens arena, as CNRY 55 pushes the train south towards Cincinnati at MP 12. For more info... (more)
The car shop at CSX's Queensgate yard is busy keeping equipment road worthy as NS T90 creeps north for headroom at Hopple Street. NS 1143 & 1126 are powering T90 today.
The iconic station in Cincinnati looks good from so many angles.
Baltimore & Ohio E8(A) 1435 with an E8(B) on the C&O's Cincinnati to Detroit "The Cincinnatian" near Cincinnati, Ohio January 22, 1961 Photo from my slide collection, no photographer listed on s... (more)
The Cincinnati skyline makes for a beautiful backdrop, as a pair of EMDs roll south across the Ohio River Bridge and under the signals at OB Cabin.
AMTK 156, 154 and a long string of private cars sit at the end of track on Indiana and Ohio’s Oasis Subdivision. The train is laying over for the day before continuing its trip to St Louis for t... (more)
Two big C-Cs push hard on the rear of a southbound grain load even before they get out of Cincinnati. The head end is already fighting the beginning slope of Erlanger Hill.
NS 6766 North departs Gest St. on a very sultry afternoon.
A southbound NS manifest climbs out of Gest St. Yard and onto the Cincinnati Southern Bridge.