Due to congestion at Walbridge, the Q151 is slowing towards it's parking space. Some joke that Walbridge Yard Limits should be extended to Fostoria!
Grinstein Green leads the Q151 on the former C&O Columbus Sub north of Fostoria.
Gotta love the C&O cantilever signal bridges!
C&O Coal heads towards Toledo
CSX and NS interchange autoracks from the Fostoria Mixing Center on NS' Fostoria District. Here, CSX job H795 brings a cut in for the B&O Yard on the Willard SD.
CSX power leads an interesting NS lashup northbound on the Sandusky District.
Empty Demmler-bound coke passes a dead Q train at the west end of Willard Yard.
The third-last Q136 ever departs Willard after a fuel & relay.
A rare GP39 (one of 20 for the C&O) and an ex-Chessie GP9 slug serve as yard pullers at Willard.
A classic BN lashup leads Q380 out of Willard.
Q140 departs the triple-track main at the east end of Willard Terminal.
A closeup of the B&P logo on BPRR 454. I love orange SD45's!
The B&P's train awaits the X802, at Laughlin Junction. A unit is kept on each cut to maintain air on the train.
X802 does a power swap at Glenwood, where it will also swap trains with the B&P.
Powder River Coal heads east on the Pittsburgh Sub with two UP AC4400CW's.