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Buckeye Central Leasing (BCLX)
buys, sells, overhauls and leases four- and six-axle locomotives to railroads and related industries.  We provide our customers with financial and mechanical services that compliment one of the most reliable locomotive lease fleets in North America.  Equipment is available for short- and long-term lease agreements.  All contracted rebuilding are repairs are handled at our shops in Marion, OH.

 

Eagle Intermodal and Marion Intermodal Terminal
Intermodal
Ohio & Indiana Railroad and Eagle Intermodal Services operate an extensive trailer-on-flatcar, container-on-flatcar, and double-stack rail network, with service and connections to most major Northeastern and Midwestern U.S. markets.  In addition, OHIR and EIS offer connections to carriers in the western US, Canada, and Mexico through a number of interchange locations.  Based out of the new Marion Intermodal Terminal, jointly-run with CSX and Schneider National, Eagle Intermodal can get your freight moving no matter the destination.

Automotive
OHIR and EIS serve automotive manufacturers and vehicle parts suppliers by transporting vehicle parts to assembly plants and after market distribution centers, as well as delivering finished vehicles to market.

Triple Crown
OHIR and EIS, in conjunction with Norfolk Southern and it's Triple Crown subsidiary, work to provide a door-to-door delivery service to specific markets.  More information can be found on the Triple Crown website.

 

Marion Locomotive Works

Marion Locomotive Works provides major overhaul, regular maintenance, and contract assembly and repainting work for the Ohio & Indiana Railroad, Buckeye Central Leasing, and numerous other roads and companies. 

The Locomotive Shop performs initial testing and setup of new EMD locomotives, running and carbody repairs, traction motor, wheel, air compressor changeouts, prime mover and generator changeout/replacement, and rewiring and electronics/computer upgrades. The Car Repair facility provides a variety of AAR repairs, along with extended service repairs, lease termination inspections, washout cleaning, and application of new exterior and interior linings. At the state-of-the-art Paint Shop facility, we do refinishing of locomotive cabs, engine compartments, and car bodies, along with refinishing all types of freight cars.

Below is a sample of equipment painted for various railroads.
* All original, blank drawings are by Michael Eby (unless otherwise stated).  These images may not be used in any way without the consent of the webmaster.

Scenic Panoramas
Lake Champlain Causeway Scene
Ohio Farmland Trains Passing Scene
Rutland RR Yard Scene

Undecorated
EMD SD40L-2 (Imagineered; SD40-2 stretched onto an SD40T-2 frame)

EMD SD40L-2W

Made-up Roads (Locos painted with OSU helmet inspired stripes)
BCR SD75I #4300
BCR SD75I #4303
BCR SD80MAC #5000

MCR AC4400CW #4400 (I like Ohio State and EMD, which means I don't like Michigan and GE.  Here then is a "tribute" to the team up north...for humors sake of course)
SP SD75I #4300
MARC SD75I #4300

Ashland Railway
ASRY GP9 #33
ASRY NW2 #66
ASRY SW1 #69
ASRY SW1500 #1500
ASRY MP15DC #1503
ASRY GP38-2 #2000
ASRY GP38-2 #2001 (special commemorative paint scheme)
ASRY GP38 #2027
ASRY SD40-2 #3000
ASRY GP40-3 #3100 (rebuilt from GP50)
ASRY SD60 #3800
ASRY SD70M #4000
ASRY Boxcar #91784
ASRY Caboose #50

Boston & Maine
BM E9A #2400 (maroon & yellow)
BM SW1 #602 (blue)
BM MP15DC #1500 (black & red)
BM GP38-2 #2000 (blue)
BM SD40-2 #3115 (blue)
BM SD45T-3 #3600 (blue)
BM SD45T-3 #3600 (maroon & yellow)
BM SD60 #3800 (blue)
BM SD70M #4000 (maroon & yellow)
BM SD75I #4300 (blue)
BM SD75I #4300 (special scheme)
BM SD75I #4300 (black & red)
BM SD75I #4300 (maroon & yellow)
BM SD80MAC #5000 (maroon & yellow)

Erie Lackawanna
EL SD60 #3800

EL SD75I #4300
EL SD70M-2 #4350 (The EL most likely would have purchased AC locos, but I thought the DC version would make for a good comparison of models)
EL SD70ACe #4350
EL ES44AC #4400

Nickel Plate Road (If N&W had taken the Nickel Plate name, maybe we'd see something like this today?)
NKP GP40-3 #8009 (Scheme 1)
NKP GP40-3 #8009 (Scheme 2)
NKP GP40-3 #8009 (Scheme 3)
NKP GP40-3 #8009 (Scheme 4)
NKP SD60M #9089
NKP SD60M #9098 (New Lettering)
NKP SD75I #4300
NKP SD75I #4334 (Blue Scheme 1)
NKP SD75I #4344 (Blue Scheme 2)

Other Roads (Some of these are modeled after real life locos, but most were created with the "modeler's license")
ARR SD40-2 #3206
ATSF SD75I #253
ATSF SD70M-2 #432
BN SD70ACe #9370
BO SD50 #8576
BPRR SD70ACe #4300
CEFX SW1500 #1500
CITX SD70M-2 #140
CNW C40-8 #8527
CNW SD80MAC #8901
CP SD70ACe #8200
CR ES44AC #4411
CV SD75I #5731 - had CN kept CV, they may have purchased some SD75I's as a follow-on to their first order
DH SD40-2 #3000
DH ES44AC #4401
DME SD70M #7004
FEC SD70M-2 #100 - this is what many thought the locos would look like in FEC paint, before the ARR scheme arrived
GMO SD60 #400
HRRC SD40 #4100
IAIS ES44AC #4400 - who knows what these will look like when IAIS receives them, but this is my guess
IC SD70ACe #1040
INRD SD9043MAC #9001
IORY SW1500 #1500
IORY SW1500 #1501
IORY SD70M #4050
IORY SD70M #4051
IORY SD70M #4052
MEC SD40-2 #605 (Maine Central Orange-Green)
MEC SD40-2 #605 (Guilford Gray-Orange)
MEC SD40-2 #605 (Pan Am Blue-Gray)
MEC SD70M #400
NECR SD40 #6281
NECR SD70M #4050 - had New England Central picked up the three NYS&W SD70Ms, this may be what they'd look like
NP GP38-2 #2000
NP GP38-2 #2001
NYC SD40-2 #6154
NYC SD70M-2 #4300
OHCR ES44AC #4401
PAL SD70M #7211
PC SD70ACe #4800 (Quality logo)
PC SD70ACe #4801 (Red worms logo)
PLE SD40-2 #3009
PRR SD70ACe #4300
RDG SD70M #7013
RUT MP15AC #150
RUT MP15AC #151
RUT SD40-2 #305
RUT SD70M #700
SOU SD70 #2501 (High-nose)
SOU SD70M #2581
SOU C40-9 #8764 (High-nose)
VTR SD40-2 #350
VTR SD70M #450
WC SD75I #8175

WE SD70M #7003
WE SD70M-2 #700
WP SD40-2 #3585 (Green Scheme)
WP SD40-2 #3588 (Silver Scheme)
WSOR MP15AC #1504
WSOR SD70M #7001

 

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