The sun has set and the remaining twilight has dissipated, allowing the full moon to illuminate this uniquely designed three track C&O cantilever that protects the W.E. Vauces Center Siding. Signa... (more)
With 2 SD40-2's (CSXT 8024 and HLCX 8154) and 130 cars, Willard to Russell train Q635 rolls eastbound at the East End of Vauces Center Siding. The center siding and adjacent interchange track are ... (more)
A visitor from the north leads ethanol train 68G towards Portsmouth on a cold winter afternoon. The smokestack in the background is the Glatfelter paper mill (formerly Mead Paper).
Having traded in the scenic vistas of Alaska for the foothills of southern Ohio, former Alaska Railroad GP49 2807 is one of three ARR GP49's now working on the Jackson Division of US Rail. Working... (more)
After switching out the ADM grain elevator, the power for the L5R sits just short of the grade crossing, waiting for the conductor to open the switch so the track can shove back onto the Columbus ... (more)
Reminders of happier times on the Northern surround an eastbound loaded grain train as it passes the east end of Vauces center siding. Sadly, there isn't much time left for the C&O signals or the ... (more)
The eastbound K178 preparers to take the clear signal at KN Cabin, on the old C&O era cantilever signal.
The NS 234 passes through the mostly empty Reneck yard, which was packed full of cars a week ago.
The NS 218 passes under the new cantilever signal for Chillicothe, this signal replaced the classic NW CPLs.
Rounding one curve and about to head into another, an eastbound hopper train works on getting back up to full speed, after waiting for a westbound at KN Cabin.
Eastbound hoppers roll down the Northern Sub, over the State Route 207 overpass.
With a field showing some new growth, the K178 ore train heads by the Cantilever signals at Vauces.
Fall in Ohio - some color left in the trees, a light fog in the air and little frost on the ground as a coal train works it's way by Vauces Center Siding.
The NS 218 snakes through Chillicothe, on its way east on the Columbus District.
The NS 863 with a recently painted dash 9 leading, passes by a farm that looks like it is about ready to fall over.