OHCR 4094 wearing new paint sits on the Blacklick siding, along with a GP10 still wearing the old Ohio Central paint, while the Cemex plant glows in the background.
The NS 189 with a former UP engine trailing makes its way up the Sandusky District, by a field of soybeans on a very nice afternoon.
High above a small creek, the CSX Q310 heads down the passing siding to wait for a westbound to pass. You can still faintly see the Chesapeake and Ohio lettering on the bridge.
An eastbound auto rack train heads under the cantilever signal, mirrored in a large amount of standing water.
The Q636 poses for some pictures by all the rubble while it waits for a signal, that is RP contributor S. C. Vermillion workin... (more)
A new SD70ACe, NS 1022 and a SD70ACe that has been around for a while, NS 1002 provide the power for this coal drag, heading west under the Lockbourne signals.
A new ES44AC leads a westbound coal train through Central Ohio on yet another hot and humid evening.
The UPS train, NS 218 heads east on the single main, as the clouds in the background begin to start rolling in.
Heading from the double track to the single track at CP 105, A pair of SD50's let out some CSX quality smoke, as they work on bring the train back up to full speed.
the NS 189 rolls by a field of weeds, as it heads west on the Columbus District.
The NS 233 rounds the bend, and splits the Reneck signal, heading west through Chillicothe.
Passing by a healthy field of soybeans, the NS 234 continues its trip east.
The NS 233 rolls through the valley by the Waverly signals and an old barn, in the late evening light.
A westbound empty hopper train waits on the siding on the bridge, next to a field of soybeans.
The NS 234 heads over the long bridge over the Kinnikinnick creek, and State Route 180, near the Sulphur Spring Rd intersection.