When I think of Clinton

I spent many a day watching and photographing CSX trains in the part of Clinton, Ohio, that used to be Warwick.

I always think of Clinton as a bucolic kind of place with enough scenery to make it interesting.

When Clinton comes to mind so do images such as this one made by Bob Farkas on Feb. 17.

The CSX New Castle Subdivision heads generally southwestward out of Akron and even dips virtually due south behind turning to head northwestward at Warwick.

That bend to the west-northwest is in downtown Warwick, such as the downtown is.

Shown is GP38-3 No. 2000 running long hood forward with the D750 coming eastbound around the curve.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

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