Indiana & Ohio
Along the Indiana & Ohio Central's Logan
Industrial Railroad SW1500 no. 2342 (ex-NS no. 2342) sets shutdown
outside the Oldtown yard office in Logan. Here are the three
roster shot views take: rear,
SW1500 no. 2342, seen at Logan, runs light to Lancaster to grab
some cars. Photo
by Nathan Robinette.
GP9 no. 61 and GP30 no. 85 lead the eastbound mixed freight, to
Logan from Columbus, across Horns Mill Road. Both of these units
have been retired, with the 61 residing at the Cincinnati deadline.
Meanwhile, the 85 has been purchased to operate passenger trains
around Cincinnati, being leased to Queen City Rail Tours by one of the
former IORY owners.
no. 85 has just arrived back in Logan with the mixed freight from
Columbus. Now the accustomed task of spotting the cars in the
yard begins. Photo
by Peter Maurath.
GP40-1 no. 4036 leads the westbound L-1 across the State Route 664
crossing in Logan. Since this photo was taken, the gates and
lights have been added to the signals. The 4036 has replaced the
85 has the Logan Subdivision road engine, while the 2342 replaced the
61 as the Lancaster switcher.
The 4036 leads
the same train as above through Sugar Grove on its westbound trek
to CSXT Parsons Yard in Columbus.
Thrown in just for the
heck of it is this photo of two
N scale models of IORY locomotives located at the Hocking Valley
Model Railroad Club in Lancaster.
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