Return to Deshler

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Deshler, Ohio is a CSX hotspot with a double-track main west to Chicago, and a diamond with the north-south line between Toledo and Cincinnati. With the amount of action, you can't make too many trips to Deshler!

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Deshler, Ohio is a CSX hotspot with a double-track main west to Chicago, and a diamond with the north-south line between Toledo and Cincinnati. There are lots of interesting trains, motive power, and different locations to see the action. This show is not narrated, but on-screen graphics tell you the direction the train is traveling plus the time of day.

We see shots at a reflecting pond, each direction at the diamonds, signals, and a former station, and tower. The Mainline of the old B&O line west to Chicago is very busy as we see trains from all over the country traveling through Deshler. There is a lot of foreign power(Other railroad locomotives besides CSX) on a lot of these trains, and just from memory we saw NS, BNSF, CP, CN, and some lease units.

In addition to the east-west line, the Toledo Subdivision crosses here and it’s the line that is north-south from Toledo south toward Cincinnati. It is not quite as busy as the east-west line, but sees a lot of traffic that diverges between the two lines here, plus some traveling through over the diamonds.

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1 review for Return to Deshler

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ricky

    As a sequel to the 2010 2 disc set version, this one was shot for only 2 Days in July and August of 2014. Almost each and every type of power is shown as well as leased units from BNSF, Union Pacific, and Norfolk Southern. Unfortunately, These 3-4 year old footages were quickly becoming historic since most of the C40-8 units on CSX have since been scrapped and only 20 survived and now works for New England’s Pan Am railway. Not only this was Greg’s first diesel themed program on blu-ray, this was the second modern diesel video since Norfolk Southern’s peavine 2 from 2001 not to feature any narration.

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