The Camp Chase heads back from Buckeye Yard with the cars they picked up from NS, with a little bit of snow on the ground, and the CCRA 1501 wearing a gray tarp to keep warm.
After interchanging with NS, the Camp Chase using two of their SW1500s, heads by the Eureka Rd crossing, with 10 cars in tow.
Mechanics continue to work on the car in the background not the least bit distracted as the Camp Chase heads back down there track with CCRA 1501 and CCRA 1502. CCRA 1503 is missing today.
The engineer climbs down from CCRA 1501 as the conductor in the background walks back to close the gate on the other end, due to vandalism, the power when not in use is parked in a cage.
Having just returned from exchanging with NS in Buckeye Yard, and setting off a couple cars further east, Camp Chase heads west.
After pulling off the NS Dayton District, Camp Chase pulls the rest of the way onto their track and heads west with the cars they picked up in Buckeye yard.
Camp Chase crosses over Broad St after their exchange with NS in Buckeye Yard.
The NS Dayton dispatcher asked Camp Chase if they wanted to go into Buckeye yard at MP 146 instead of 144 so they could turn their power on the wye, no idea where they left the rest of their train... (more)
I came back here looking for NS, instead Camp Chase heading into Buckeye showed up with 35 cars. The old PRR dwarf signal in the foreground protects the Alton siding.
Camp Chase returns to their own track after completing their exchange with NS in Buckeye Yard, today they have around 60 cars, not bad for a short line that has only 14 miles of track.
Camp Chase makes its way to the NS buckeye yard, it has 1 boxcar and around 30 empty ethanol containers today.