KCS 101 train arriving Wylie yard.
With now common NS power, this 484 manifest sneaks an ICE unit between the two ponies and begins crawl out The Wash to head south on the C&M sub
19K is rolling south between New Paris and the CSX diamonds ahead at Milford Jct. as they pass a set of endangered ex-Pennsy signals.
19K is just starting to head down the Marion District after leaving Elkhart as they roll by Goshen Sash & Door, Est. 1869.
Shenandoah Valley pastoral as the day ends
A westbound NS freight climbs the grade toward Bluefield, passing these still-in service CPLs (or just PL signals if you go back to N&W steam days, before they were also "Color").
NS 234 heads though the only area in Columbus where CPL's are quite abundant, the far CPL in the background is the eastbound signals for the Bannon diamond, next one is 104, and the one to the ri... (more)
234 running on main 2 has just a couple more miles to go before he arrives at the intermodal terminal where he will set off all the stacks, and pick up some more single containers and then continu... (more)
Having just completed their setoff and pickup in the intermodal terminal, NS 234 comes off of the Rickenbacker Siding and crosses over to main 1 at CP Craft.
NS 305 had a head start leaving Columbus, but I managed to beat him to Marion by at an hour. I guess he tried to trick me into thinking he passed through town already..
Trash Train 65J crosses the Beaver River as it enters the Cleveland Line at CP Rochester. The flag was flying at half mast in honer of the late Gerald Ford.
NS 9631 and a primer NS ES40DC GEVO are in charge of today's Premium-Willow Springs Yard to Los Angeles, California stack train.
Rounding the curve westbound through Lilly, PA.
NS stack train 20T rolls eastbound on Track #1 at Pitcairn about to pass under the Spring Hill Bridge.