The NS 218 which generally you always can count on to have a Dash 9 leading, today has a SD60E leading, as it heads over the US 52 bridge in Portsmouth.
The NS 9899 leads a train of coke around the bend, and behind the Scioto County Sheriff's Department, on the Columbus District.
A single dash 8 pulls a train of empty hoppers through CP Craft.
Eastbound Q385 rolls down track 1 by the new MP 5.5 signals. Previously, there was a C&O signal bridge here.
In the very late evening, the NS 233 heads west on the NS Columbus district, paralleling US 23, where the Highway Patrol educates a motorist that the speed limit is not optional.
The NS 17M heads west out from under the US 23 overpass, with a C40-9 with mismatched number boards leading.
An empty hopper train heads east on the single main, formerly this spot had code line, and a classic C&O signal, all that is now gone, the signal is now on the other side of the overpass, and the ... (more)
An assortment of power hangs out in the yard in Portsmouth on a very nice Sunday evening.
A container train splits the new signals on its way through Circleville.
CSXT 296 leads an empty hopper train by the new MP 33 signal, on a wonderful afternoon. On the way back to the car, the photographer would then find a couple ODNR officers that think the photograp... (more)
In the late evening light the NS 218 arrives in Portsmouth and splits the CPL's at Spring Ln. The CPL's do not have much time left, as the replacement signals are already in place.
CP power pulls a westbound NS grain train through Marion on the NS Sandusky district, as the local sits on the other side of the Center St. crossing, waiting for a signal.
Westbound 17M continues its trip through the Scioto River Valley.
Having just departed the yard, the NS 17M begins its trip to Columbus. The old N&W cantilever signal will not be here long, as a new cantilever signal is standing just west of this spot.
The NS 17M with power most railfans only dream of getting to see, a very filthy wide cab dash 9, heads under the Chillicothe cantilever signal, preparing to take the single main.