A 2005 view of the hump at
Stanley Yard in Toledo, Ohio. This view looks north.
Inbound trains to Stanley pull south (in the direction of the
camera) to a staging yard. They are then pushed north over the
hump and the cars are rolled into the correct classification tracks.
The engine in the photo is almost at the top of the hump.
Stanley was a major yard for the New York Central Railroad, which
later became the Penn Central and then Conrail. Today, it is
CSX's primary classification yard in the Toledo terminal.