The NS194 rolls through Bucyrus across one of several diamonds at Colsan.
The westbound NS 195 splits the Elmwood signals as it continues on its way to Columbus and beyond.
The 18M makes its way across the trestle over State Route 180 and the Kinnikinnick creek on the NS Columbus District.
The NS 18M smokes its way through CP Craft with SD 60E leading, and a smoky dash 9 trailing.
The NS 195 works its way up hill, about to pass through Lucasville on its way up the Columbus District.
A single dash 9 pulls a long train of empty hoppers around one of the many bends on the NS Columbus District.
Running parallel to US-23 just north of Lucasville, the NS 218 glides east on the Columbus district with some foreign power trailing.
The NS 195 heads west through Portsmouth, past the Scioto County Sheriff's office, where the train station once stood.
The NS 218 makes its way out of Circleville on a very nice afternoon.
A single old dash 9 provides power for an eastbound empty hopper train.
The westbound NS 233 passes by the Elmwood signals on the NS Columbus district in the late evening light. The signals are now approach lit.
Eastbound NS 194 passes by the lightly snow covered farmland, with leased power leading, only the first 3 engines are operational, and the other 5 are bad ordered.
The NS 234 heads east out of Ashville on the Columbus district in the late evening light.
The NS 233 splits the Elmwood signals lit by the last bit of sunlight of the evening, on it way to the Rickenbacker intermodal terminal on the NS Columbus District.
A very long NS 194 passes by a large field of soybeans in rural Pickaway county, in the late evening.