Westbound stacks head by on the NS 233 on track two, and the NS 218 brings eastbound containers by on track one.
A westbound coke train passes by the farms along the Scioto River Valley north of Waverly.
A pan shot of the NS 8992 leading the NS 233 by a farm crossing, south of Kingston.
The K174 moving at a good rate of speed splits the signal at JD Cabin, the track to the right connects with the old B&O, which now is used to serve a few local industries in town.
Heading east on the Northern Sub, the N810 rolls past the 36 mile marker, as it heads through Pike County.
NS 233, clear Elmwood.
The westbound K174 rounds the bend, coming off the single main, as it heads under the old cantilever signals at RA Cabin.
The NS 234 takes the scenic route, passing rolling hills and farmland, as it heads down the Columbus District.
The sun peaks out for a few moments, as this westbound heads up the Columbus sub, just south of Fostoria.
The NS 17M sits back and watches the CSX hopper train pound the diamond by the Columbus Ave grade crossing.
The corn finally begins to grow after the record rainfall this spring, as the 17M rolls by.
A westbound grain train with a single AC6000 for power waits for the eastbound to pass by, clearing up the single main, before it can proceed west.
An old C48-8 lets out a little smoke as it leads an autorack train under the large signal bridge on the Willard Sub.
A westbound coal train passes under the new eastbound cantilever signal at "Onion". While CSX seems to have decided to leave the old C&O WB cantilever for some reason, which is slightly visible in... (more)
A slug set brings a autorack train west through Fostoria, under the new cantilever signals that recently replaced the classic C&O signals in this spot.