Sometimes Oops Happens!
NS 171 zooms past the wreckage of a small derailment that happened back on September 20th. This flat car and a hopper car both derailed that day. No idea what caused the... (more)
Moonrise along the Norfolk Southern Dayton District. The signal in the distance is 169.
Today's I&O local is seen here third down in Springfield Yard. Springfield Yard, known as Junction Yard in the DT&I era was a watering and coaling station for the DT&I. Both the water tower and co... (more)
After meeting NS 304 at London, NS 130 is rolling east at Glade Run. Glade Run, MP 158 has a High Clearance detector, as well as a Hot Box and Dragging Equipment Detector. This is one of the few r... (more)
Power for a fertilizer train sets on the connection track in South Charleston. This power brought in a loaded train that originated on CSX and was interchanged to the Indiana & Ohio for delivery t... (more)
CSX train Q241 rolls across the Great Miami River bridge in downtown Dayton. NS and CSX share this bridge with NS owning the unoccupied track. CSX runs about 27 +/- trains per day across the bridg... (more)
NS train 376 rolls east through downtown Springfield.
One a cold January day, I&O 5013 and HLCX 7860 set at I&O's Konrad Yard. HLCX 7860 is a former BNSF SD40-2.
On a very dense foggy day, this CSX power sits at the elevator in South Charleston.
A CSX grain train bound for the elevator at Mechanicsburg, is seen rolling north on the DT&I South Sub. The train is approaching South Charleston at track speed, which is now 25mph.
NS 376 slowly rolls east past the aging signal at 182. Downtown Springfield can be seen behind the train.
NS 117 rolls west through the snow blanketed rock cut just west of Springfield, Ohio.
Hot stack train 200, is headed east towards it's destination of Rickenbacker Yard in Columbus. The code line, which hasn't been active now for several years, still stands tall.
Lite power heads north to Mechanicsburg to pick up 65 loaded grain cars.
I&O grain train crosses Buck Creek on the Mechanicsburg Line.