IORY 85 was leads the I&O firework train down to the Cincinnati Bell/WEBN fireworks.
I&O 9400 could be Cincinnati's best kept railroad secret. It's perhaps the best looking and 'pure' SP engine left, untouched minus frame stripes and a CEFX mark under the number.
NS 117's conductor gives a passing train a roll by.
A brand new KCS GEVO leads an NS train through Cincinnati. These units are on their first trip.
A brand new GE GEVO fresh from Erie leads the NS 117. Thanks to Mike for the heads up!
CNRY 85 leads the Fireworks Train down to the Ohio River for the annual WEBN/Cincinnati Bell Fireworks.
You can clearly see the path of the derailed car(s) in this shot. The initial derailment happened about a half-mile before the train picked a switch.
Early this morning I&O derailed a number of cars just outside of Loveland. Cause was an apparent broken rail, located a few hundred yards south of me. The derailed car(s) continued until they pick... (more)
A dirty SD60M and two leasers lead a northbound mixed manifest past the massive chemical companies in Ivorydale. Note the first few cars, all windmill turbines bound for Michigan.
Two clean BNSF GEVOs lead the daily steel train to Middletown Ohio. While it's common to see BNSF power in Cincinnati, it's not so common to see pure consists of matched power. Pretty neat for us!
A different view of the Madison Hill, this time in color. For more views, view photo ID: 191033 and 191138.
The massive pedestrian overpass and St. Bernard Soap Company offices dwarfs the CSX manifest.
A long CSX mixed freight meets a fast moving NS train just south of Elmwood Place.
A southbound mix intermodel train over takes a slower moving manifest at CT Junction. Both trains are moving the same east direction (RR south).
CSX 8639 leads a Balfour Beatty Rail train across the C&O River Viaduct towards Tower A and Queensqate Yard.