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Date: 09/15/07 18:07
4 Hours at Greenwich, OH
Author: MEKoch

9-14-07 at Greenwich, Ohio (CSX e/w main and Big Four main crossing)

1620 Q137 wb 5408, 7540 + 134 cofc
1630 Q290 eb/nb 5202, 5212 + 90 autos
1643 Q109 sb 117, 8116 + 43 cofc & ds
1648 Q394 eb 8610, 2696, 7873, 8716, 6124 + 120 mf
1736 Q381 wb/sb BNSF5261, BNSF5842 + 148 mf
1745 Q364 nb 5495, CEFX3123, 2723 + 72 mf
1755 Q150 eb/nb 5386, 5248 + 60 autos + 84 ds
1803 Q375 wb 7857, 5238 + 80 mf
1810 Q291 sb/wb 5292, CEFX3111, 1507, 1560 + 92 mf
1832 Q365 sb 626, 670, 8831 + 85 mf
1843 U992 eb/nb 486, 277 + 129 B&LE coal
1856 Q151 sb/wb HLCX7079, FURX3065 + 90 ds
1931 W023 nb 6414, 2312, 6410, 2313 + 66 welded rail
1945 Q117 sb/wb 5305, 4828 + 122 tofc
1955 Q366? nb 8204, FURX3056, FURX3062 + 35 mf
2000 Q393 sb 490, 7602 + 62 mf
2010 K454 wb/sb 4788, X + 106

A nice busy four hour period. Mid-day can be quieter. W&LE trains are usually in the early to mid-afternoons. Most all trains call signals, so that identification is easy. Many trains use the northwest connection tracks, which connect Willard with Cleveland.



Date: 09/19/07 14:38
Re: 4 Hours at Greenwich, OH
Author: toledopatch

What kind of traffic was K454 handling?



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