M8M (extra section of 18M) crosses the bridge over Three Locks Rd in the background, with a lot of tank cars of hot Asphalt in tow.
A northbound NS coke train knocks down the signal at Lunbeck headed for Columbus and points west.
NS 218 zips through the rural area of Chillicothe as it makes it's journey east on the NS Columbus District.
NS 234 crosses the Scioto River in the late evening as it heads east on the NS Columbus District.
A local continues to do some switching on the Vauces Center Siding, under the old C&O cantilever signals at the west end of Vauces.
In the last light of the evening, CSXT 4795 leads coal loads from Peach Creek, WV for the CN at Lang Yard in Toledo.
In a few seconds NS coal train 858 will be knocking down the signal at CP-Lunbeck. This is one of two sections on the Portsmouth, OH to Columbus, OH line singletracked by the N&W in the early 1960... (more)
NS 218 crosses the Scioto River in the late afternoon. With the heartland corridor improvements, the code line on this bridge has been removed.
NS 234 passes by a field of beans just south of Chillicothe, heading east on the single track portion of the NS Columbus District.
CSX 4831 leads Avon, IN to Russell, KY manifest Q310 on the first weekend of Spring 2009. CSX maintains the bridge in the background which was constructed by the C&O to maintain access to a farm f... (more)
A work train with a single standard cab dash 9 that could use bath and some fresh paint, heads east on the single track portion of the NS Columbus District.
NS 218 passes by the NW CPL signals heading through Renick Yard at Southern Ave.
Loads west, empties east as NS 9145 leads empty train 857 by loaded coal train 850 on a gloomy late November day.
NS train L52 heads for Portsmouth on one of the two single track segments of the NS Columbus District. The area was hard hit by an ice storm earlier in the week with many trees down across the lin... (more)
H776, the Chillicothe District Run, runs engine light past VA Jct. on its way to pick up a MTY grain train to spot at the ADM elevator.