The 5833 after the 4005 has taken the train on down the Hocking College 2002.
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 leads the first Mother's Day train of the day through East Clayton on its way to west to Logan.
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 leads the first Mother's Day train of the day past Milepost 56 in Haydenville on its way back from Logan to Nelsonville.
This tangent allows for quick photo of HVSR GP7 No. 5833, photographer at the throttle, leading the Haydenville Turn east (south) past the Diamond switch on its way back to Nelsonville.
Ed Faris gives hand signals to [as of 2003] VP-Operations Earl Defibaugh, at the controls of No. 4005, while making up the train for a weekday charter. The coaches are former Rock Island commuter... (more)
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 sets over the pit inside the shop undergoing maintenance and minor repairs in preparation for the 2003 operating season.
HVSR 2-8-0 No. 33 sets cold inside the shop awaiting the funds and manpower necessary to bring her back to life.
HVSR RS4TC No. 4005 moves the coaches down the passing track in preparation for a special weekday train.
HVSR 45-tonner No. 7315 poses in front of the shop in her gray primer awaiting final application of blue and yellow paint.
HVSR SANTA TRIP 2001
HVSR RS4TC No. 4005 (ex-USA) switches the former Rock Island coaches and B&O combine in the HVSR's Nelsonville Yard on this warm, sunny April day.