1293 goies past an old Mill on the Cincinatti Limited
Stormin' up hill 1293 tries to out run the rain showers behind her.
4018 chugs in to the setting western sun.
8 to 9 inches of rain fell in a two day period in central Ohio. Of course the railroads as always despite any obstacle keep rolling along. This is a scene on the Nickel Plate Main.
Built in the USA!
Thomas visits the CVSR
South of Deshler, B&W mode Canon Rebal XT with Red filter.
The GE wide nose is a face that never seems to change, just compare this 15-year-old Dash 8-40CW to a GEVO that is only a few months old.
A crewmember walks past 800 the strongest locomotive on the once proud Conrail fleet.
The last spring frost of the year covers the tracks at Brighton.
Rounding the curve at Warwick, 8747 clearly shows she’s hauling lumber!
One of the most wonderful sites in railroading, two new GEVO’s pulling one of CSX hot piggyback trains.
Before leaving Fort Wayne I spotted this sitting in the FWRHS yard in New Haven.