Light power shoves back into the yard, as the 18M waits off in the background for its turn to work Watkins Yard.
The NS 234 rolls past the small grain elevator at Duvall Rd, as it prepares to shove a cut back into Rickenbacker.
High up on the bridge over Kinnikinnick creek and state route 180, grain train 58V zips by in the late evening light.
Various old and beat up power sits out in the small yard US Rail has in Hamden.
A long autorack train zips around the bend, and prepares to head under the Ashville Pike overpass.
On a very windy afternoon, the 218 passes though Elmwood, on the Columbus District.
An eastbound with export coal splits the intermediate signals by the DuPont plant.
Clouds roll in, as the 186 rolls out of Circleville, past the cut of cars on the siding at Dorney.
Doing every bit of the 60mph track speed, the NS 218 zips through Ashville. The mud covered siding for the grain elevator that ends in the mud puddle is still in service.
The NS 234 works on crossing over from the Lockbourne Siding to main one, at CP Craft.
With a single engine that sounds like its going to explode, and one working ditch light, a long empty hopper train makes its way past the Duvall signals, as it heads east on the Northern Sub.
The NS 405 rolls around the curve, through Center St. and past the rare for this line, the old NW CPL.
With the 864 heading west on two, the yard job heads out of the yard, and under the massive Valley/Whisman cantilever signal, with 4 tank cars in tow.
With a SD40-3 leading, the Q310 a few minutes into there trip from Columbus to Russell, KY, prepares to pass under the Rohr Rd overpass.
The NS 218 makes its way east on the Sandusky District, north of Waldo on a very nice Saturday afternoon.