As the shadows take over the tracks, a helper set makes its way uphill, railroad east.
A unit ethanol train tips over the slide, with two helpers on the back helping hold it back.
The trees in front of the Station Inn provide some framing for the pair of helpers pushing a unit ethanol train east.
An empty coal train heads downhill past the Cassandra overlook where large icicles have formed, with a pair of helpers supplying braking.
C 18 class D&RGW 315 pulls a train through the high desert on a summer morning.
An intermodal shoots through New London.
A few days after a major storm hit the area, this train is still showing the effects, with snow on the nose and kicking up dust along it.
On a cold but clear day, a pair of standard cabs head south, heat waves everywhere. Some MoW workers can be seen just above the cab clearer a crossover.
The crew of this local is looking at a long day as they pull out of the yard into a snow storm.
A pair of SD70M-2s lead a grain train through Marion on a foggy afternoon in January.
Staring down the track at an oncoming train in Fostoria passing signals along the way.
A long local being led by to sharp looking standard cabs heads past CSX's MoW facilities and a small fleet of hi-rail trucks, the business end of one seen here.
Briefly staring into the setting sun is the crew of a westbound autorack in Fostoria.
All standard cabs lead a train through Greenwich over the diamond leading to Berea.
Racing past F Tower and the Iron Triangle lined by signals is a westbound freight.