The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad runs through the 33.000 acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Northeast Ohio, which is part of the National Park system. Here we see highlights over a few weeks, thus you will see CVSR locomotives as well as leased power from Horizon Rail, HZRX.
You will also see an HZRX team helping deliver a freshly painted passenger car out of the old B&O Roundhouse in Cleveland, Ohio, currently under restoration by the Midwest Railway Preservation Society, and over a turntable for delivery.
Filmed in the Cleveland, Ohio area, including Berea and the East side of Cleveland. Included Canadian Pacific power on Norfolk Southern tracks, Norfolk Southern on CSX tracks, and the big one, The Santa Fe 677 – BNSF “War Bonnet” engine, a true classic heritage unit. All filmed in HD.
Interesting equipment used to make sure railroad tracks are safe for high speed trains. In this video, tracks are getting alignment checks and the ballast is adjusted. Two trains passed the work area, one Norfolk Southern and one CSX, the lead CSX engine 4589, the Spirit of Nashville.
These were filmed Friday, July 8th, 2016 from the Iron Triangle, a railfan park built by the city of Fostoria to be a place people can watch trains. It’s a nice place to visit and probably the only tourist attraction in the are.