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CSX Intermodal Terminal Open House

About 2,000 visitors enjoyed CSX Transportation Corp.'s open house at the Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal in North Baltimore, Ohio, on June 28, 2011. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Guests are given a firsthand look at operations during the CSX Northwest Ohio Terminal open house in North Baltimore. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Guests are given a firsthand look at operations during the CSX Northwest Ohio Terminal open house in North Baltimore.
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Larry Holloway, of Sidney, and son Jonathan Holloway, 10, check out the terminal. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Larry Holloway, of Sidney, and son Jonathan Holloway, 10, check out the terminal.
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This CSX container is designed to be transported by train and by truck. Enlarge | Buy This Photo This CSX container is designed to be transported by train and by truck.
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Cargo containers are sorted at the CSX Intermodal Northwest Ohio Terminal. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cargo containers are sorted at the CSX Intermodal Northwest Ohio Terminal.
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One of five huge cranes at the terminal demonstrates how it picks up a cargo container during the open house. Enlarge | Buy This Photo One of five huge cranes at the terminal demonstrates how it picks up a cargo container during the open house.
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Vicky Graf, of Bowling Green, takes a photo during the crane demonstration. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Vicky Graf, of Bowling Green, takes a photo during the crane demonstration.
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Martin Savko, right, of Nikolas Savko & Sons Inc., welcomes Michael Ward, CSX Corporation chairman, president and chief executive officer, left, and Lt. Governor Mary Taylor to the CSX Northwest Ohio Terminal. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Martin Savko, right, of Nikolas Savko & Sons Inc., welcomes Michael Ward, CSX Corporation chairman, president and chief executive officer,...
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Bob Zimmerman, left, of Defiance, listens as Chad Main, of North Baltimore, explains the operations at the terminal. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Bob Zimmerman, left, of Defiance, listens as Chad Main, of North Baltimore, explains the operations at the terminal.
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Cranes Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cranes "block-swap" loaded railcars between trains.
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CSX decided in 2006 to build the $175 million freight-transfer terminal in Wood County, and began operations in 2011. Enlarge | Buy This Photo CSX decided in 2006 to build the $175 million freight-transfer terminal in Wood County, and began operations in 2011.
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The terminal sits on 500 acres of farmland along State Rt. 18 west of Liberty Hi Road. An ODOT-planned bypass of Rt. 18 will take another 24 acres. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The terminal sits on 500 acres of farmland along State Rt. 18 west of Liberty Hi Road. An ODOT-planned ...
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Normally secure and closed to the public, the terminal welcomed nearly 2,000 visitors to its open house. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Normally secure and closed to the public, the terminal welcomed nearly 2,000 visitors to its open house.
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