An Early CSX ‘Where is It?’

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It is the summer of 1987 and Chesapeake & Ohio No. 4168 is heading its train westbound. Where was this taken?

Photograph by Robert Farkas

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3 Responses to “An Early CSX ‘Where is It?’”

  1. Thomas J. Klosterman Says:

    Near Warwick, Ohio, actually between Clinton and Barberton.

  2. Bob Farkas Says:

    That was fast. Yes, this was when the line between Warwick and Lambert was still double track. I am in Clinton north of the road crossing where the old feed mill (now hardware) stands. The southbound jointed rail certainly had many cars rocking and rolling.
    Bob

  3. Andrew B. Says:

    It was on the Conrail owned track that was jointly run by CSX

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