A former Conrail SD60M leads this manifest westbound past Springfield's Historic Market place, which rises in the background.
NS-375 is St. Louis bound. Leading is two C40-9W's in primer.
A very dirty UP SD70M leads todays NS-179. Pictured here passing through a cut in the limestone.
A long black train is just what I wanted to see on my birthday.
Two primer grey C40-9W's leads this westbound manifest train across Limestone St.
Another shot of NS 287.
NS-287 leads a very long autorack train across Limestone St.
Believe it or not but this is the main line. Time for NS to cut down some of the City trees.
NS-180 crossing Limestone St. in downtown Springfield. Note: This is where the huge Big Four yard use to be.
An older GP38-2 leads 179 around the big curve leading to MP185.
NS-L29 rounds the big curve at CP182. The tracks in the foreground are owned by IORY and lead to I&O's bulk transfer yard.
An Ex-Amtrak F40PH trails behind passenger cars, headed for I&O's Springfield Yard for the May 2nd passenger excersion in St. Paris.
I&O-500 sits at the westend of the Yard, waiting for NS to give permission to enter the NS Dayton District. Note: The huge coal tower was used by the DT&I and is a very rare sight.
I&O 85 leads the passenger train towards Springfield Yard for the May 2nd excersion trip.