CSX 4718, missing 66.7% of it's nose logo, leads 6 other units and over 100 cars onto CSX's LCL Subdivision.
A perfect (for 2009) Conrail SD60M leads they southbound NS 175 up the steep hill at Crescent Springs. This is one of the better places in Cincinnati to watch trains, as all southbounds struggle t... (more)
CSX Q501-12 rounds the curve at Arlington Heights. This train, running on NS tracks, is apart of the NS/CSX directional running project between Hamilton and Cincinnati Ohio. Most northbound trains... (more)
I&O's Mason Job carefully works its way through the busy Tylersville Road intersection in Mason Ohio. The local has to roll up to a traffic light, and wait until it gets a green indication before ... (more)
Cincinnati Railway's trial run of it's new dinner train slowly makes it way past the approach signal at Redcomb Junction. The forgotten Redcomb Junction tower in Cincinnati lays hidden (behind me)... (more)
Amtrak 51 blasts through the crossing at Elmwood Place. Note the police car, who 30 seconds earlier questioned why we were standing by the tracks at 2 in the morning. After explaining our hobby, h... (more)
A southbound NS train rounds the curve in Arlington Heights as a 2 Alarm fire rages a few blocks over.
CSX Q339-08 rounds the curve at the old CP 251 in Arlington Heights Ohio.
A northbound mixed freight passes a southbound autorack train who is waiting on the main.
The brakeman of a CN yard job rides the steps of one of the venerable SW14s as they pull a cut of cars out of the yard.
Sitting behind the old IC Homewood Shops, a rare SW14 rests among power of it's new owner.
The brakeman of one of the CN yard jobs monitors the progress of his train, as it's shoved back into the yard.
A northbound (headed West for the moment) CSX coal train passes under the tail end of a northbound NS intermodal train at CJ Junction.
A northbound CSX manifest train approaches CT Junction on its way to points North. In the background is much of Cincinnati's buildings, including the Carew Tower (center, completed 1931), the PNC ... (more)
IORY 4034 is framed by the old New York Central Great Miami River Bridge. You can clearly see where this bridge was once double track.