In as-acquired paint, HVSR GP10 No. 701 (former ICG No. 8307) powers one of the Christmas trains past Diamond to Logan on a cold, snowy December day. The 701 was acquired from the Ohio Central ba... (more)
The NS 44N, powered by NS C40-9W No. 9765, waits on the main while NS 604 clears up into the siding at Armitage on the former Conrail West Virginia Secondary. The 9407 is one of two helper units ... (more)
CSXT GP40-2 No. 6410 leads a rail train northbound through the Southern Ohio village of Muletown along the CSXT Northern Subdivision.
CSXT CW44AC No. 334 leads an eastbound unit coal past the Huntington [WV] Amtrak depot and into the Huntington yard. A glimpse of the former C&O station--now the CSXT C&O Division headquarters--c... (more)
While not a photo of the Curtice depot in use or at its original location, it's easy enough to go back in one's mind and relive those by-gone days of railroading. The former NKP Curtice [OH] depo... (more)
NS GP38-2 No. 5153 leads an empty DEEX unit train eastbound into the Mad River Connection as it passes the former Nickel Plate signal at Bellevue, Ohio. Note the new NS-installed signal facing ea... (more)
NS SD60M No. 6792 leads a southbound manifest across the former Conrail diamonds at CP101 in Marion, Ohio.
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 leads the first Mother's Day train of the day through East Clayton on its way to west to Logan.
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 leads the first Mother's Day train of the day past Milepost 56 in Haydenville on its way back from Logan to Nelsonville.
This tangent allows for quick photo of HVSR GP7 No. 5833, photographer at the throttle, leading the Haydenville Turn east (south) past the Diamond switch on its way back to Nelsonville.
Ed Faris gives hand signals to [as of 2003] VP-Operations Earl Defibaugh, at the controls of No. 4005, while making up the train for a weekday charter. The coaches are former Rock Island commuter... (more)
PIR SW1500 No. 2342 begins to switch out its consist in Logan's Oldtown Yard for the trip to Lancaster.
Former WT MP54 No. 301 (ex-659) sets at the end of the storage track slowly rusting away. One unique piece of history setting there! How it got to the HVSR is anybody's guess.
HVSR GP7 No. 5833 sets over the pit inside the shop undergoing maintenance and minor repairs in preparation for the 2003 operating season.
HVSR 2-8-0 No. 33 sets cold inside the shop awaiting the funds and manpower necessary to bring her back to life.