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OHIC 101 North shoves his 11 car train through a residential area in the northern section of Minerva, Oh. We are about less than 2 miles from the NS interchange. Ohi-Rail only operates at 10 MPH, so chasing is very easy. As I stated earlier, employees flag the crossings, I actually ended up flagging this one - I parked my car in the road and got out to take a photo - the employee there saw this, and drove off to flag another crossing - I had returned his dropped (at Grant Street) lighter to him, and he was quite content with me :)

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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