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OHIC 101, shoves his 2 x 9 train for NS around the "Horn Conn" which allows passge from the old NYC line to the PRR. The Cab units (we will get to them later) are sitting on the PRR trackage, which continues for another 2 or 3 miles before dead-ending. This is now OHIC's Pekin Branch and is used to store cars - it was once part of PRR's line towards Cambridge, Oh.

Car storage is Ohi-Rail's big business, although the IWG auto-fluff unloading facility (a crane that runs on top of hoppers) in the middle of MI Yard is certainly helping.

Photographed by Matt Adams, September 20, 2003.
Added to the photo archive by Matt Adams, February 6, 2004.
Railroad: Ohi-Rail Corporation.

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