Posts Tagged ‘Canal Fulton Ohio’

Backing up to Warwick

February 5, 2021

The CSX Wooster Turn is on its way back to Warwick and is shown here in Canal Fulton backing up from Massillon on R.J. Corman rails.

On the point is former Baltimore & Ohio caboose 903042. The date of the photograph is May 22, 1997.

The Wooster Turn used Norfolk Southern’s Fort Wayne Line between Massillon and Wooster.

Corman acquired the former B&O branch line between Warwick and Uhrichsville in 1988, and bought the 2.16-mile Wooster Industrial Track from CSX in August 2002.

Photograph by Robert Farkas

Ohio Central Working on the Corman Line

September 25, 2020

Here is a series of images of an Ohio Central train running northbound on R.J. Corman rails on April 19, 2010.

In the top image, the train is in Massillon passing under the Tremont Avenue SW bridge.

In the middle image it has reached Canal Fulton. The grassy area is the approximate location of the old Baltimore & Ohio railroad station.

In the bottom image the train is passing Warwick Tower.

Photographs by Robert Farkas

Getting a Rare R.J. Corman Sunday Move

October 25, 2016

An R.J. Corman train cruises southbound along Warwick Drive NW between Clinton and Canal Fulton.

An R.J. Corman train cruises southbound along Warwick Drive NW between Clinton and Canal Fulton.

Since last Sunday was the best weather from the past few days I went to Alliance to railfan. The first couple hours I had two eastbound stack trains but nothing westbound.

I found out that Norfolk Southern was doing track maintenance near Conway and no trains were being run. After noon, I went over to the Sebring model railroad club. Trains were moving here, albeit of the model variety.

After 2 p.m. NS opened the floodgates and I saw four trains in an hour. I relocated to Rootstown, catching another train.

Then I got word that an R.J. Corman train had just gone into Warwick to pick up some cars from CSX. I figured it would take 30-40 minutes to drive there so off I went.

I was just arriving as the train pulled out heading back south. Luckily, it doesn’t going very fast and made for an easy chase.

I got it several times at Canal Fulton and a couple more at Massilon. By now it was after 5 and the light was fading so I ended my chase here.

Article and Photographs by Todd Dillon 

Coming through Canal Fulton.

Coming through Canal Fulton.

A farm south of Canal Fulton.

Passing the large pond of a home south of Canal Fulton.

It must have been a slow day as the railfan chase crew was out in force. I see Bob Farkas at left near the train.

It must have been a slow day as the railfan chase crew was out in force. I see Bob Farkas at left near the train.

One From My Hometown

May 19, 2015

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While I have lived in Canal Fulton for half my life, I rarely have taken photos here. Much to my surprise, I found this image of Canal Fulton’s past in a box of slides today.

Baltimore & Ohio No. 4354 and its train is heading south towards Massillon on a May/June day in 1982.

The track to the left is the current RJ Corman line to Warwick. The track that the 4354 is on was removed a few years after this was taken.

If you look carefully to the right of the Volkswagon, you can see what remained of the siding that served the now-gone Fulton Feeds.

Article and Photograph by Robert Farkas