Despite the stop in Toledo, I still ended up in Fostoria today. As I said, it was a nice enough day as temperatures nearly reached the 60's. I think we are going to get back to colder weather later this week tough.
It didn't take long for the first train to appear. Sadly, I was out of position for it but I still had to get a picture because it's not often that you see a train being pulled by four engines.
This is probably my favorite view in the park. It's not often that you can get a straight on shot of a train without putting yourself in danger.
The train continues on.
One more shot of that engine. I think that Norfolk Southern has one of the better logos out there.
It seems like the bulk of trains that you see are CSX trains but for some reason, I love their color scheme.
And the train heads up to Toledo.
Underdog as graffiti.
A train as graffiti.
Looking south. I don't think I realized that there was sort of a yard to the south.
I knew about the yard to the east but I never really got a picture of it before. I might have to figure out where I could get a better picture of it.
But the number of trains don't give you time for that. Here is a west bound CSX train.
And shortly after that was an east bound CSX train.
And the number 2 engine. I kind of liked how weathered it looked.
And it's not often you see a train pulled by five engines.
With my light waning, I had time for one more train and this time it was a BNSF train heading from Toledo. I think I saw this one waiting on the tracks on the way in.